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Operation:REBIRTH Confronts NOM-Funded Coalition of African American Pastors' Stance on Equality
Operation: REBIRTH calls to meet with the Coalition of African American Pastors on September 5th to discuss uniting around the issues that threaten the Black Community instead of standing divided on wedge issues like Marriage Equality.
Operation: REBIRTH, the civil rights and social justice movement, has announced they have invited the Coalition of African American Pastors (CAAP) to discuss how the two can unify the black community. Operation:
On September 5, 2012 at 6pm, the meeting will be held in Memphis, Tennessee.
“It is important now more than ever that we, the African American community, not be divided over our diversity, but that we unify on the issues that make us the same,” says Tuan N’Gai, Co-Founder of Operation: REBIRTH. “The significance of this meeting is crucial in that it will show those who are profiting from sowing seeds of discord to further their own political agenda, that they will not be allowed to manipulate our community in this manner,” N’Gai said.
A diverse array of clergy and community leaders from the African American community in Memphis and abroad have been asked to attend the meeting. The meeting will focus on how diverse communities can heal the issues that divide them while standing together against the issues that have adverse affects on the community as a whole.
More information about Operation: REBIRTH can be found at www.operationrebirth.com.
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Page Updated Last on: Aug 07, 2012