Memphis, TN – A group of leading black clergy and major civil rights leaders will gather in Memphis to turn the tide against the “hijacking” of civil rights movement, asking President Obama to reconsider his support for gay marriage. At a Thursday press conference, The Coalition of African-American Pastors will release a statement signed by b [...]
Memphis, TN – The Coalition of African-American Pastors (CAAP), a group of leading black clergy, will host a press conference in Houston coinciding with the NAACP’s national convention on Thursday to protest the organization’s recent support for same-sex marriage. CAAP has launched a marriage petition at 100000signatures4marriage.com.
July 6, 2012
Black Pastors Call on AME Church to Join in Withholding Support for Obama over Embrace of Gay Marriage “Reaffirming Biblical Views on Marriage is a Pastor’s Moral Duty”
Memphis, TN – Following a press conference this week during the Annual Convention of the African, Methodist, and Episcopal (AME) Church Convention in Nashville, t [...]
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*Media Advisory* Black Pastors to Launch Nationwide Campaign Opposing President’s Support of Gay MarriageCoalition of African-American Pastors to Host Tuesday Press Conference in Wash [...]