Morehouse to Induct Openly Gay Minister to MLK Board of Preachers
Jackson State University seeks legal action against Grambling State, Alabama A&M students launch vegan café kickstarter, plus more. — Dominique Zonyeé (@DominiqueZonyee)
Bishop Oliver C. Allen will be inducted on April 3 into the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College as the first openly gay minister who is married to a man. Bishop Allen, who studied at Morehouse, has drawn national attention in the past; he and his husband Rashad Burgess and their daughter made Ebony Magazine’s list of America’s coolest families.
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