Monthly Archives: May 2012

Minn. pastor supports gay rights, may lose church

Reverend Oliver White of St. Paul, Minnesota is another strong black Christian pastor standing for equality – and suffering for it. Thank you, Rev. White. A black leader at the helm of a predominantly black church, White — who marched … Continue reading

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Otis Moss, III Challenges Fellow Black Clergy On Marriage Equality For Gays And Lesbians

Amidst all the hate spouted by pastors of churches in the South over the past few weeks, several men have spoken out beautifully about what Christianity means to them in the context of gay marriage and human and civil rights. … Continue reading

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North Carolina Upholds Tradition of Hate and Bigotry

In 1867, North Carolina amended the state’s constitution to read: “All marriages between a white person and a negro, or between a white person and a person of negro descent to the third generation inclusive, are hereby forever prohibited.” This … Continue reading

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