(RNS) Years before the gay rights movement gained momentum, the openly gay black activist, a Quaker, advised Martin Luther King Jr. on nonviolent protest tactics and organized the 1963 March on Washington.
Articles tagged “Bishop V. Gene Robinson”
Here’s our list of (real and imagined) possibilities. Some are obvious, some less so. For our betting dollars, we’re banking on someone in Louie Giglio’s profile: unique but not necessarily a household name.
(RNS) Gay rights supporters are marking Election Day 2012 as a turning point in their quest for marriage equality as opponents deny a cultural shift in American attitudes. By Lauren Markoe.
“If my story can help a young boy or girl in their teens believe they can have a wonderful and productive life and family,” says the Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop, V. Gene Robinson, “then it's worth my putting up with a film crew following me around for two years in order to comfort and inspire them.”