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Blog May, 16, 2016
HB2: Bathroom Politics Sanction Discrimination

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory reached a new low last week by bringing a lawsuit against the Federal government on his right, and his state’s right, to discriminate. Governor McCrory’s attachment to bathroom politics, in a southern state, which once sported his, hers, and “colored” bathrooms, pulls back the curtain on conservative politics as a thin veil for race and gender bigotry.

Blog Apr, 13, 2016
Blog Mar, 24, 2016
North Carolina's Transphobic Law Must Inspire Us To Love

Yesterday was a strange day for North Carolina. In late February the city council of Charlotte, the largest city in our state and, including the greater metro area, the home of roughly a tenth of the state’s population, passed an ordinance containing a strong set of LGBT protections including public accommodations protections for transgender people.

News Mar, 23, 2016
Christians Oppose HB 2 In North Carolina
Christians Demand Veto Of North Carolina's HB 2

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Christians Demand Veto Of North Carolina's HB 2
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Blog Jun, 16, 2015
Two Stains On Our Nation As Anti-LGBT Bills Pass In Michigan & North Carolina

As the country awaits a decision from the Supreme Court on marriage equality, anti-LGBT forces who want to use religion to allow discrimination have pushed bills through in Michigan and North Carolina.

Blog Jun, 08, 2015
Proposed North Carolina Law Is An Affront To Religious Liberty

On Monday the North Carolina Senate voted to override Governor McCrory's veto of SB2, a bill that would authorize government officials across the state to refuse to perform marriages or even issue marriage licenses when they have a religious objection.

Blog Feb, 17, 2015
When I Spoke Out, Support Poured Out

When I first joined the Many Voices Video campaign, I wrote a reflection on the importance of having the conversation around lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) acceptance in the Black Church—even when we’re not sure how.

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