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(Worthy News) - A group of African-American rights activists have spoken out in defense of Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop as his religious freedom case will be argued before the United States Supreme Court in December.
Three conservative African-American public policy groups — the Frederick Douglass Foundation, Star Parker's Center of Urban Renewal and Education (CURE) and pro-life activist Ryan Bomberger's Radiance Foundation — launched a new website titled WeGotYourBackJack.com in support of Phillip's First Amendment right.
Dean Nelson and other conservative African-American leaders participate in a press conference outside of the United State Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 23,207 to announce their support of Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips.
The website was announced at a press conference outside the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. on Monday in which a handful of African-American activists and leaders spoke in defense of Phillips. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]
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