Religion and Faith
News of LGBT and allied people of faith, and stories that show the ways in which people of faith interact with the LGBT community
Snapshots: #SpiritDay, Spanish-language media, Tiq Milan in the New York Times, and more
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The faithful purple spirit on #SpiritDay
A great number of faith based organizations went purple today for Spirit Day to show their opposition to bullying and support for LGBT youth. They have shaded their websites purple and are displaying photographs of Spirit Day participants.
In their own words: Why students, educators support LGBT youth and #SpiritDay
A few of the students and educators participating in Spirit Day this year are making their voices heard, explaining why it's important to support the youngest members of the LGBT community through grassroots initiatives.
Marcel Neergaard: Wearing purple can save lives
Spirit Day Ambassador Marcel Neergaard writes in the Huffington Post how important Spirit Day is for him.
Hola Ciudad Covers Spirit Day
The web site Hola Ciudad is covering Spirit Day, letting its readers know, in Spanish, all about this important event, tomorrow.
The American Family Association agenda in its founder's own words
When the American Family Association protests the label as an anti-LGBT organization, it should look to its own founder and its basic principles to see why that label fits so well.
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Judge will hear arguments regarding Michigan's ban on LGBT marriage and adoption
Equality Michigan is hoping for, what could be, a historic day for their state. U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman is expected to hear arguments and possibly issue a ruling as early as tomorrow, on whether Michigan's 2004 ban on marriage equality violates the U.S. Constitution.