Yes, it’s 2012: Black couple denied wedding in the predominantly white church that they attend | Pam’s House Blend

By: Pam Spaulding Saturday July 28, 2012 2:00 pm

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And you thought it was a just a problem that churches feel that “all God’s children” applies to LGBTs? Yes, it’s the 21st century and on Sundays around the U.S., Christian worship still occurs most of the time in racially self-segregated environments. This story goes to show you that in some predominantly white churches, even if they open their doors to minorities (and let them put their hard-earned money in the offering basket), those people of color — heterosexual couples — can still be denied the very spiritual services others can count on without batting an eye (or apparently any guilt about the discrimination by the congregants). (HuffPo):

via Yes, it’s 2012: Black couple denied wedding in the predominantly white church that they attend | Pam’s House Blend.

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