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NOM's Maggie Gallagher doesn't want Fox News commentator Keith Ablow to be "Silenced" - so let's do the opposite, and talk about all the thing's he's said.
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The National Organization for Marriage has declared its support for former child star Kirk Cameron's anti-gay statements.
Equality advocate, Good As You site editor and creator, #glaadcap contributor and master of wit Jeremy Hooper can now add best-selling book author to his list of accomplishments. If It’s a Choice, My Zygote Chose Balls: Making Sense of Senseless Controversy, released earlier this month, is part memoir, part social commentary, and all parts awesome.
Black LGBT Activists and faith leaders gathered in DC to announce a new campaign: NoWedge 2012: A Memo to Black America to address the "wedge" tactics that have tried to divide and conquer Black communities.
Several civil rights leaders have been outspoken about their unwavering support of Obama’s endorsement for marriage for same-sex couples in the last week.
The Root's Nsenga Burton, editor-at-large, interviewed Pam Spaulding of Pam’s House Blend in a gripping article and continuing effort to elevate awareness about the detriment of Amendment One in North Carolina, which is up for a vote today.
HRC recently revealed that the Church and other Catholic organizations, including the Knights of Columbus, have financially supported NOM’s efforts to increase “hostility” between the LGBT and black communities; and to drive a wedge between LGBT Latinos and members of their own families by making "support for [so-called traditional] marriage a key badge of Latino identity."
National Organization for Marriage co-founder Maggie Gallagher is reportedly scheduled to appear on MSNBC today to discuss the revelations of NOM’s plans to divide communities.
Today GLAAD and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) released statistics showing broad support for LGBT people among the African American as well as the Latino and Hispanic communities.