BY: LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
Matthew J. Dempsey, a gay white man, discovers that even though he comes from a sexual minority group, that is discriminated against, he still has racist and discriminating views of his own, as a white man within a country of systematic racism .
He explains his journey to think beyond bigotry, and stop discriminating against people because of the color of their skin, as he seeks acceptance as a man in a country were the LGBTQ community, are still systematically discriminated against and are currently fighting their own version of a civil rights movement.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON DISCRIMINATION AGAINST LGBTQ PEOPLE:
Governor Nathan Deal (R-Georgia) vetoed a Religious Freedom Restoration Act-style bill that would have allowed Georgia businesses to deny services to members of the LGBT community. The state faced possible boycotts from the entertainment industry.
IF LADY LIBERTY COULD MAKE LOVE TO LADY JUSTICE
MAYBE THE REST OF U.S.
COULD END RACISM, SEXISM AND CLASSISM
AS WE KNOW IT
BUT FIRST WE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE HAVE TO STOP BEING SO GOD DAMN HOMOPHOBIC!
-LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
AMERICA :DIVIDED WE STAND? !
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