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News Flash to City Fathers

Posted on the 28 April 2016 by Morage @kebmebms

This, breaking today from the NCAA:

NCAA vote: No Final Fours in cities 

without anti-discrimination laws


The NCAA's Board of Governors implemented a new requirement Wednesday in the bidding process.
After months of hinting that it would use its athletic power to take a stand against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, the NCAA on Wednesday made it official.
The organization's Board of Governors, at its quarterly meeting in Indianapolis, adopted a new requirement for sites hosting or bidding on NCAA events in all divisions -- from Final Fours to educational conferences.
Those host cities must "demonstrate how they will provide an environment that is safe, healthy and free of discrimination, plus safeguards the dignity of everyone involved in the event," the NCAA said.

So there you are, folks.  If you like discriminating against yet one more group---it used to be Jews, then the Irish, then blacks, now it's the LGBTQ community--the tide, the world, is turning against you.
It reminds me of the quote from Martin Luther King, Jr.
"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice."


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