Tag Archives: Question 6

African-American and Religious Support For Gay Marriage Equality

In an article form the Washington Blade, an Rev. Delman Coates explains why he supported gay marriage equality: Rev. Delman Coates, senior pastor of Mt. Ennon Baptist Church in Clinton, Md., in 2011 began to notice more same-sex couples were … Continue reading

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Headlines of the Day from this Historic Election

Below are my two picks for the headlines on this historic day. These are both running on the Seattle Times website. I flipped them (Obama’s article was the lead) because I felt that complimented the feel of our community more. … Continue reading

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The Most Historic and Exciting Election in History — Take 2

Today’s the day we could make history (or not). On the ballot in four states are issues related to gay marriage equality. In Washington state, Maryland and Maine, we want voters to approve already passed gay marriage equality legislation. In … Continue reading

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African-American Support for Marriage Equality: Donzaleigh Abernathy, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Godneice

Prepared to be wowed! Learn more about Ralph David Abernathy

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Baltimore Sun Op-Ed Gives the Best of All Reasons to APPROVE Question 6

There is one other important thing Marylanders should consider when they decide how to vote on Question 6. A recent Court of Appeals decision held that Maryland’s practice of recognizing legal marriages from other states, even if they do not … Continue reading

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African-American Pastors who SUPPORT Md.’s Marriage Equality Law

The Washington Blade gives us report on a news conference held by African-American clergy that helps to continue to dispel the myth that all African-Americans are against equality as National Organization for Marriage would have you believe: “As pastors and … Continue reading

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Adam Lambert Says Vote on Md.’s Question 6

For someone who said he “might not fit in with what’s best for the community as far as us progressing with society.” (source), Adam Lambert sure summed up equal rights, religious freedom and the importance of voting pretty succinctly. From … Continue reading

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