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09/05/2006

Connecting the dots of bias

by Jeremy Hooper

A Virginia group called the Family Foundation is reportedly reaching out to black churches throughout the state to try and convince them to support and vote for a constitutional ban on gay marriage. We are forgoing our chance to respond to this news and are instead asking that the congregations of these black churches (and everyone) please read the following column, written by the Chicago Tribune's Eric Zorn in 1996, and use it to rationally consider the duplicitous lines being sold by current gay marriage opponents:

Zorn

Minority clergy enlisted in gay marriage debate [AP via WAVY.com]
MARRIAGE ISSUE JUST AS PLAIN AS BLACK AND WHITE [EricZorn.com]

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