The Campaign for Religious Tolerance and Intellectual Diversity Begins in Washington DC

March 22nd, 2011 by

The book tour for Dr. Michael Brown’s new book, ‘A Queer Thing Happened to America,’ begins tomorrow, March 23rd at the National Press Club in Washington DC. More info on the tour is given below via a recent press release:

Brown has named the speaking tour for his book “The Campaign for Religious Tolerance and Intellectual Diversity” since he feels there is an extreme intolerance – to the point of censorship – on the part of those who claim to be advocates of tolerance and diversity. Brown, who has been labeled a Nazi, a jihadist, a venom-spewing hater, and an intolerant bigot for graciously differing with the goals of gay activism, noted, “I find it ironic that people have refused to work with me because they were, in their words, ‘inclusive,’ while other groups have boycotted conservative religious speakers because they were ‘pro-diversity.’” For Brown, the goal is simple: “I want to put the information on the table and have a mutually respectful discussion with those who disagree with me.” He asks, “How can it hurt if we talk? Whatever happened to gracious, public discourse and dialogue? Is the only side to the story today the gay activist side?”

Below are the stops in Washington DC for the book tour:

March 23
12:00 PM
News Conference
The National Press Club
529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor
Washington, DC 20045

March 24
WAVA Pastor’s Appreciation Luncheon
Westfield’s Marriott
14750 Conference Center Drive
Chantilly, VA 20151

March 25
7:00 PM
Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace
New Season Methodist Church
5099 Jefferson Davis Highway Suite E
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

March 27
10:30 AM
King of the Nations
10400 Darnestown Road
Rockville, MD 20850

The book, ‘A Queer Thing Happened to America,’ is available on

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