by The Rev. Irene Monroe - SDGLN Guest Contributor
Mexico's Supreme Court rules that homophobic slurs are not legally protected in the country's constitution as freedom of speech and says that any citizen offended by these words now could seek redress by suing for moral damages.
If both the Black Church and Boy Scouts' goals are to continue to nurture the talents and gifts of all its young males, then they must ask themselves to what degree does their stance on homophobia hinders their goal?
The momentum in support of same-sex marriage in the African-American community is seen nowadays along generational lines. It is ironically divided between — the black civil rights era of MLK and post-black civil rights era of Obama.