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Dr. Umar Johnson returned to Kansas City Missouri for the first time in over a year on February 15, 2015. The black history event was entitled, “150 years after the 13th amendment, still not free.” During the Q&A Portion, a black feminist accuses Dr. Umar Johnson of homophobia and hate speech. She then debates him on mental illness, homophobia, racism, white supremacy, and more… What is your stance on this? Is the gay rights movement similar/ equivalent to the African American struggle? Is someone born homosexual or is a product of life experiences?
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