Chicago African-American religious leaders speak out against marriage deconstruction
When the NAACP and the other civil rights groups which most tend to march in lockstep with the agenda of the Left absurdly decided that marriage redefinition was somehow a civil rights issue, not all African-American leaders were willing to go along. At least one local NAACP leader resigned over the decision.
Now African-American clergy in Chicago are ramping up their opposition to the bill that would legalize same-sex "marriage" in Illinois, vowing "consequences" for legislators who support it.
It's good to learn that there are brother clergy in the African-American community standing up for the Faith Once Delivered to the Saints, rather than joining the craven cave-in to the post-modernist, deconstructionist agenda of the politically correct Left.