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10/11/2013

Video: Head of org that vowed to 'drive a wedge between gays, blacks' speaks for African-American pastors coalition

by Jeremy Hooper

A few years back, NOM Exposed first brought this truly vile National Organization For Marriage strategy document to light:

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This divisive revelation drew outrage from Africa-American leaders.

Coincidentally (?), NOM's president says it was just a few years ago that he decided to "start working more closely" with the Coalition for African-American Pastors. Here's Brian Brown saying as much in a new CAAP promo vid:

(*Clip is cued to right spot)

Wedges aren't going to drive themselves, after all.

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