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Black clergy rejection stirs gay marriage backers

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / February 10, 2004

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The three major associations of Greater Boston's black clergy, exercising their considerable influence within the minority community and asserting moral authority on civil rights matters, have shaken up the debate over same-sex marriage with their insistence that the quest by gays and lesbians for marriage licenses is not a civil rights issue. (Full Article: 1145 Words)

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