‘Pink Swastika’ author’s Oklahoma City visit stirs coalition’s ire
Author Scott Lively’s planned visit to Draper Park Christian Church in Oklahoma City has drawn opposition from a coalition of advocacy groups.
An author’s planned presentation at an Oklahoma City church has drawn opposition from a coalition of advocacy groups.
The Rev. Scott Hamilton, executive director of the Cimarron Alliance, held a news conference Thursday in which he and a local church pastor, a Muslim civil rights group leader and others voiced opposition to author Scott Lively’s planned visit to Draper Park Christian Church, 8500 S Walker. The news conference was held at Church of the Open Arms, 3131 N Pennsylvania.
Hamilton said coalition members think Lively spreads hate and untruths by espousing themes in a book Lively co-authored called “The Pink Swastika.” The coalition characterized Lively as a...
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