We'll notify you here with news about Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? OffOn Mississippi venue apparently denied interracial couple's wedding over 'Christian belief,' video shows The couple already had a date scheduled to visit the event hall. By September 3, , PM 9 min read Interracial couple denied wedding venue in MississippiAn employee at the wedding venue apparently cited their "Christian beliefs" as the reason the couple was refused. LaKambria Welch via Storyful A Mississippi event hall apparently refused to rent the space to an interracial couple for their wedding , citing the owners' "religious beliefs," a video posted by the groom's sister who recorded a conversation with an employee shows. LaKambria Welch, 24, drove to Boone's Camp Event Hall in Booneville, Mississippi, over Labor Day weekend to confront the owner about why her brother's request to book the venue was denied, she told Deep South Voice , which first reported the story.
Mississippi wedding venue cites 'Christian belief' in rejecting interracial couple, then apologizes
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Comment Wedding in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Not only is this assertion meant to equate Christian morality with racism, it implies an historical inevitability—that, in a generation or two, Christians will join the march of progress and affirm same-sex relationships, just as they affirm relationships between men and women of different skin colors. But this one has an interesting twist. What she did was indefensible, as is what she said. Well, when confronted about her actions, and with the urging of her pastor and husband, this business owner says she opened her Bible and found nothing there forbidding or even mentioning interracial marriage. And so, she changed her mind. Happy ending?
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They had been communicating with an owner of the venue for about a week when they were suddenly told they could not get married there for a reason having to do with beliefs. Welch, 24, said she suspected the hall's operators had discovered the couple's races through Facebook and went to talk to them in person. So why not?