Going Color-Blind

August 2012
Advocate;Aug2012, Issue 1060, p9
The article looks at how the issue of same-sex marriage is viewed in the African-American community. It reports on two May 2012 events, U.S. President Barack Obama's announcement of support for same-sex marriage, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) board's vote to support it. It says a result has been a shift of opinion among black Americans in favor of same-sex marriage.


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