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15 Interfaith African-American Clergy Oppose North Carolina’s Discriminatory Amendment

By Igor Volsky  

"15 Interfaith African-American Clergy Oppose North Carolina’s Discriminatory Amendment"

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The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) likes to trout out African-American leaders as part of its race baiting campaigns against marriage equality, but Pam Spaulding points to this group of 15 interfaith African-American Clergy in Greensboro who took out a full page ad in the Carolina Peacemaker to oppose North Carolina’s discriminatory Amendment 1. “Here’s the proof that NOM does not have the market on the religious black voters of faith in North Carolina,” she writes:

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