Salvation Army accused of anti-gay stance

The Salvation Army's red kettles are a fixture on the streets of Chicago, and many other cities, during the holiday season. Photo: Salvation Army website.

The Salvation Army’s red kettles are a fixture on the streets of Chicago, and many other cities, during the holiday season. Photo: Salvation Army website.

Rick Garcia, a senior policy adviser at The Civil Rights Agenda, said the Salvation Army uses donated money to oppose gay rights and told his friends to boycott the group on a Facebook post, according to a Chicago Tribune report. The Salvation Army’s red kettles and bell ringers are a fixture on the streets of Chicago during the holiday season . . .

To read more on the Salvation Army’s doctrine and policies, click here.

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