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Kenyan Church Leader Opposes UK Archbishops’ Stand On Gay Marriage

AFRICANGLOBE - Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Eliud Wabukala has expressed reservations about remarks made recently by his colleagues of Canterbury and York about gay relationships saying that they will impact negatively on society.

Nigeria Passes Law Against Gay Marriage

AFRICANGLOBE - Under the terms of the law, anyone who enters into a same-sex marriage or civil union can be sentenced to 14 years in prison while any such partnerships entered into abroad are deemed "void". It also warns that anyone who registers, operates or participates in gay clubs, societies and organisations or who directly or indirectly makes a public show of a same-sex relationship will break the law. Punishment is up to 10 years in prison, it adds.

Nigerian Parliament Bans “Gay Marriage”

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria moved a step closer to not only banning gay marriage but also establishing jail terms of up to 10 years for those found guilty of forming gay organizations, after lawmakers passed a long-debated bill on Thursday.

Gay is Not ‘the New Black’

AFRICANGLOBE - Since President Barack Obama threw Black values and emphasis under the same bus as he did the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, “gay” has been allowed to become the "civil rights" issue of our time.

Supreme Court Could Force President Obama’s Hand On Gay Marriage

AFRICANGLOBE - The days of hedging his bets and standing along the sidelines while the issue of gay marriage plays out in America could soon be over for President Barack Obama.

Black Churches Divided Over Gay Marriage

AFRICANGLOBE - A source of debate across the country and the subject of ballot measures in four states this year, same-sex marriage remains a thorny issue within the African-American community, where objections are deeply rooted in culture, religion and biblical teachings.

Many African-Americans Will Not Vote in November

Some Black clergy see no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marriage, so they are telling their flocks...

NAACP’s Julian Bond: Blacks Should Back Gay Marriage

AFRICANGLOBE - African Americans should support gay marriage, longtime "civil rights" activist and former NAACP board chairman Julian Bond says. In an opinion piece published in the Afro-American Newspapers in Baltimore, Bond writes

Black Pastors Group Launches Anti-Obama Campaign Around Gay Marriage

A group of "conservative" Black pastors are responding to President Barack Obama’s support of same-sex marriage with what they say will be a national...

Liberian Senate Passes Bill Criminalizing Homosexuality

The Liberian Senate Thursday passed into law a bill that effectively bans homosexuality or homosexual marriage in Liberia. If concord by the House of Representative,...

NAACP Gay Marriage Position Draws Protest From Black Clergy Group

An organization of Black clergy members traveled to the NAACP's annual convention in Houston to protest the civil rights group's recent decision to endorse gay...

Obama Hosts LGBT Pride Reception, Vows to be ‘Advocate’

President Barack Obama promised a roomful of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) activists on Friday that he would be their "fellow advocate" as long...

The NAACP and Gay Marriage – a Must Read Article

Those who have followed my writings over the years know that I am not very fond of the modern day NAACP. They have strayed...

Many Black Pastors Remain Opposed to Gay Marriage

They love President Barack Obama. But when it comes to his support for gay marriage, some of the nation's leading African-American clergy are divided,...

President Obama Gay Marriage is Not a Black Thing!

It is becoming increasingly difficult to escape the left’s in-your-face aggressive campaign to make homosexuality and gay marriage normal. Flipping through the channels, I...

Black Pastors Rebuke NAACP for Endorsing Gay Marriage

The Coalition of African-American Pastors announced Tuesday that it does not agree with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s decision to...