This week the Human Rights Campaign released a number of previously sealed documents from the National Organization for Marriage, the nation's largest group to oppose marriage equality. Among the documents are several that detail one of NOM's primary strategies: playing the race card.
These documents reveal that NOM engaged in a concerted effort to "drive a wedge between gays and blacks.
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