over the weekend, a number of posts about The Marin Foundation’s I’m Sorry Campaign were written and shared across the interwebs.
all over the interwebs, in fact.
our friend eliel cruz posted his thoughts (and shared some pics!) on one of the largest LGBT publications in the country - advocate.com (steer clear of the comments there, too) and shared this quote from yours truly ::
“In the midst of our country’s cultural shift — where many, including evangelical Christians, are moving toward a more progressive and, I would contend, Christ-centered understanding in discussions surrounding the intersection of faith, gender, and sexuality — there is a need for some folks to acknowledge the harm done toward the LGBTQ community in the name of God and religion,” Marin Foundation executive director Michael Kimpan tells The Advocate.“The ‘I’m Sorry’ campaign provides such an opportunity, to offer an apology and reparations face to face, building bridges of reconciliation between those who once spoke words of hate and intolerance and now desire to speak words — and actions — of love.”