National Black Church Initiative President Rev. Anthony Evans Clarifies Position and Issues Apology to the Black Church, Black Press, and Black Community Concerning HB2 Law in North Carolina.


Reader if you all remember I've questioned in this space months ago why some in the black church community would support a law that discriminated against  African-Americans.   The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African Americans, wishes to clarify its position and issue an apology to members of the Black church, Black press, and Black community concerning the HB2 law in North Carolina.


Simply stated, we deeply regret and apologize for publishing a press release that was not properly vetted. We recognize this type of ill-vetted press release gave an unwarranted impression that NBCI supported discrimination against African Americans. This is not the case and it will never be the case.

Press Release Here:

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