Charles Barkley speaks out against anti-gay discrimination
January 19, 2011
Posted by Andy Towle on towleroad.com:
"During Monday's pre-game show before the Celtics-Magic game, TNT did a special tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Toward the end of it, former NBA MVP [and Freedom to Marry Voice for Equality] Charles Barkley spoke out in favor of ending discrimination against gays and lesbians, as well as Hispanic people.
"Toward the end of a segment on King, Barkley said of MLK: 'You know, people try to make it about black and white. He talked about equality for every man, every woman. We have a thing going on now — people discriminating against homosexuality in this country. I love the homosexuality people. God bless the gay people. They are great people.'"
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