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BET founder suggests African-Americans should follow gay activists, not the GOP

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Even though the African-American community as a whole is split down the middle on the issue of gay marriage, BET founder Robert L. Johnson suggested that the LGBT movement might be a good place to look as black voters try to increase their political power. "I think the gay and lesbian community has done a terrific job in representing their interests," he told a crowd at the National Press Club....

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