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When the was drawn between State and Religion that was an earmark for destruction. What amazes me is those so called churches that are for this so called "Marriage Equality" when we as the body of Christ is suppose to be living and following the way of the same Holy Bible, the same words, the same words in red (to depict the words of Jesus), So how do you justify condoning this so called "Marriage Equality"?
The countdown had begun until the March on springfield for Marriage Equality on October 22 becomes a reality. Busses are scheduled to leave from all parts of Chicago taking LGBTQ persons and their allies to Springfield. In Springfield there is a real Pep Rally scheduled with many performers and activist taking part. This show of support has been long coming. Will Illinois be the 14 state to make it legal for same sex couples to marry and enjoy the same rights as a man and woman who marry? Kim L. Hunt, Affinity Community Services’ (Affinity’s) first executive director it is responsible for the outcomes of Affinity’s initiatives in health and wellness, civic engagement, leadership development, and immigration reform. Ms. Hunt is a member of the planning committee for the March on Springfield for Marriage Equality.She has three children and she and her partner, who have been together for over 14 years, celebrated the first year of their civil union in July 2013. They look forward one day to being able to say they are married. Join us as we start the Pep Rally in Chicago and travel with thousands that are scheduled to converge on Springfield, October 22. If you cannot make the rally in Springfield represent by wearing a color of the LGBTQ Flag that day in unity for the cause.
Boycotting America for equality! Sounds like a great plan to me. The prosperity of America is built on not just the Black Americans that look good on T.V. , but to the ones that are filled with the "Have Nots" as well. If a person does NOT respect your dollar, boycott whatever it is that they lay out. When it comes to great opportunities, jobs, and leadership, Black Americans have proven ...that they can get it done. On the next Tyrone's Show, I think it is time to re-evaluate where we actually are in America verses where people say that we are. Join me on "Tyrone's Show." Monday 6:00 P.M. Central Time.
Same-sex couples will be able to marry legally in Minnesota starting at midnight tonight. For some, it's the culmination of years of waiting or fighting for marriage equality. For others, it's a milestone they thought would never arrive.
Minnesota became the 12th state to legalize same-sex marriage following a momentous two-year political battle. But tonight the spotlight will be on the couples.MPR
Equality is an easy concept to grasp - everyone is treated equally, with the same respect, the same opportunities, and the same laws apply to everyone.
However, it seems to be a never ending struggle for society to treat one another equally both socially and under the law.
We'll discuss this, gay marriage, race, equal rights, and much more.
Do you believe we’ve made much progress towards racial equality in the last 50 years? This week we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.s March on Washington speech “I Have A Dream,” and reflect on whether or not that dream has become a reality for many people.
• In a recent PEW study, five decades after Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, a new survey by the Pew Research Center finds that fewer than half (45%) of all Americans say the country has made substantial progress toward racial equality and about the same share (49%) say that “a lot more” remains to be done. Motivational speaker Joshua Fredenburg, joins the conversation. He’s a Nationally Recognized Speaker, Author, Leadership Expert, and Generation Y Television Commentator that is on a mission to empower the next generation of world leaders. Joshua has published four books and has developed an annual national leadership conference, Circle of Change Leadership Conference, that prepares student leaders in college for executive-level leadership positions after graduation.
Do you discuss race and racial equality with your friends?The good news from this PEW study is that all the races and ethnic groups believe they get along much better now than 50 years ago. Discover ways to build positive connections between all races so that we can build a better future together.
Join the conversation, send your comments and questions to www.superfriendgroups.com.
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Boycotting America for equality!Should we boycott America to get equality? I once said that it "Sounds like a great plan to me." The prosperity of America is built on not just the Black Americans that look good on T.V. , but to the ones that are filled with the "Have Nots" as well.If a person does NOT respect your dollar, boycott whatever it is that they lay out.When it comes to great opportunities, jobs, and leadership, Black Americans have proven that they can get it done."On the next Tyrone's Show, I think it is time to re-evaluate where we actually are in America versus where people say that we are.Join me on "Tyrone's Show." Tuesday 6:00 P.M. Central Time.
With homophobia, sexism, and racism all still relevant factors in today’s world, we often hear those who are being “victimized” (and their supporters) requesting equality. Well, today we will discuss “Equality” in its entirety and really get into what it means to be equal. Tonight we will discuss Jason Collins, the NBA player who recently announced that he is gay, as well as Michael Jordan’s new marriage and the state/terms of equality when it comes to gay and marriage/divorce rights.
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