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The leader of the South Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said the civil rights group welcomed the statement.
"It's unfortunate it took them this long — particularly a religious, faith-based institution — to realize that we all are human beings and the rights of all people should be respected and honored," said Lonnie Randolph, president of the association's state chapter.
“It’s always fun to learn about things his family did that my family did not.” The positive idea of racial equality in regards to love is celebrated by a yearly event. “I’ve been determined to celebrate once I found out that South Carolina, my home state, and Alabama were the last two states to remove the outdated language from their laws,” Morris said.
Williesha Morris, a web editorial specialist at e Tech within the College of Arts & Sciences at UA, hosts a yearly event to commemorate and celebrate interracial relationships. “South Carolina removed it in 1999 and Alabama removed it in 2000.
Though they have touted their pro-family stance in recent decades, abortion was not the organizing force behind the movement.
And if we pick up another yarn of history, we can see how Donald Trump and Liberty University perfectly align.
The religious right had a prominent voice during Bill Clinton’s presidency because they believed in the value of the family and therefore could not abide Clinton’s philandering ways.Evangelicals fought against abortion because they are pro-life, and many don't like the idea of sex without consequence.They wrestled against same-sex unions, because they believed in the sanctity of hetero-marriage. How could the Moral Majority and a famously immoral president form an alliance? It’s because we have a false story of the religious right in our minds.The questions is, will white evangelicals continue to support this shady union? It is not too late for us to join together while loving our neighbors, welcoming the stranger, and seeing the image of God in all humanity.By Rita Mc Williams Contributing Writer Love comes in many forms and experiences throughout one’s life.