29th August 2013
Obama cites gay rights progress in Martin Luther King anniversary speech 3
12:52 AM — President Barack Obama addressed the United States today in a speech to mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's famous 'I have a dream' speech.
25th August 2013
Video: Gay and lesbian people included in Martin Luther King’s ‘unfinished dream’ at 50th Anniversary 4
3:45 PM — Thousands of people marched to the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial in Washington on Saturday, commemorating the 50th anniversary of his 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech and pledging that his vision also included equality for gay and lesbian people.
12th August 2013
US: ‘Ex-gay’ gospel singer withdraws from performance at Martin Luther King memorial 7
4:55 PM — At the request of Washington DC Mayor Vincent Gray, an "ex-gay" gospel singer withdrew from his performance at a Martin Luther King memorial at the weekend.
9th August 2013
US: ‘Ex-gay’ gospel singer to perform at Martin Luther King memorial 16
5:18 PM — A controversial gospel singer who claimed that sexuality is "a matter of choice", is expected to perform at a memorial for late civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr
7th August 2013
Video: Disgraced US Navy chaplain says if you are gay ‘you should be discriminated against’ 18
6:12 PM — A disgraced former Navy chaplain has spoken out on his radio show to say that gay people "should be discriminated against" for being sinners, and cited Martin Luther King Jr in saying so.
11th October 2012
New African American anti-equal marriage group vows to damage Obama’s re-election chances 44
1:15 PM — A new anti-equal marriage campaign group of conservative African American faith leaders says it will spend $1 million (£623,100) in an attempt to strip away 25% of President Obama’s support among black voters.
19th January 2010
California gay marriage trial hears gay parents raise ‘well-adjusted’ children 6
11:52 AM — The ongoing trial on gay marriage in California heard has heard that gay parents raise happy and healthy children. Cambridge University psychologist Michael Lamb testified that there was no evidence of children faring worse in same-sex headed families.