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Harlem No Hate: Reasons Why Ali Forney Center Is Seeking to Acquire Site of ATLAH Hate Church

A week and a half ago something remarkable happened. It was announced that the ATLAH church, home of Rev. James David Manning, one of the nation's most strident anti-LGBT bigots, had been foreclosed and was being put up for auction on February 24th.

Gay groups seek to buy NYC church known for hateful messages

NEW YORK - The end may be nigh for a Harlem church known for hateful public messages condemning gays and President Barack Obama to eternal damnation, and two groups that serve gay New Yorkers are hoping to get an ironic last word on the matter.

Help Harlem's Hate Church Become a Space of Support, Love | Advocate.com

Help Harlem's Hate Church Become a Space of Support, Love "Where are the rest of the faggots?" These were the words Rev. James David Manning screamed at my kids from the Ali Forney Center and the rest of the crowd gathered in protest of his hate speech.

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Ali Forney Center operates at a very high efficiency rating, meaning that nearly 85% of our revenue directly benefits our clients. 11% of our revenue is used to operate our programs and only 5% of our revenue is used to fundraise.


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If the Ali Forney Center is not able to obtain the building, it commits to utilize any #HarlemNoHate funds raised to increase its housing and vocational services for homeless LGBT youth in another site.

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Read Ali Forney's Press release

“We are in discussion with potential developers and investors to acquire the building and we anticipate having a partner by the time of the auction. We will continue fundraising through the #HarlemNoHate campaign and make every effort to be in as strong a position as possible to acquire the building.”

Executive Director Carl Siciliano, Ali Forney Center

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Karma visits an infamous homophobic church, help us turn it into a golden opportunity for homeless LGBT youth.

Posted by Ali Forney Center on Friday, January 29, 2016