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Why We March


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Why We March provides long awaited truths of a victimized community. The reader is reminded of the history of discrimination towards minorities, highlighting their struggles and civil disobedience which later resulted in a more pluralistic and tolerant society.

Why We March also takes a historical look at the Holy Scriptures, examining specifically those passages used to condemn homosexuality, highlighting various biblical mistranslations and challenging common homophobic interpretations by putting into perspective the intent of such passages. The argument of natural versus unnatural is addressed as is the fallacy of homosexuals being a threat to children and society by looking at biological occurrences, psycho-sociological studies, and national crime statistics. As the energy of the book ignites and the truth of injustice unmasked, the institution of marriage is shaken to its very core as evidence demonstrates same sex couple inclusion will not discredit or devalue the foundation on which it stands.

Why We March delivers a remarkable summary on the research advancements in genetics, endocrinology, neurobiology and developmental psychology. This book, well researched and packed with credible references, educates the reader about the true origins of HIV, informs him/her on the calamity of crimes against homosexuals, and alerts the reader on the disgraceful indifference of hetero-centric America. The final chapter walks the reader through the process of how to get involved and make a difference concerning human rights issues.

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iUniverse, Inc.
Social Science : Minority Studies - General
Forbes, Nadine A.
Social Science : General
Social Science : Ethnic Studies - General
Publication Date:
August 2007

Related Subjects

History and Social Science » Ethnic Studies » General
History and Social Science » Ethnic Studies » Immigration

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