Meet cake artist, Jack Phillips.
The freedom to make decisions based upon our faith is being challenged. Colorado cake artist, Jack Phillips, serves everyone, but he doesn't use his creative expression for every event. When a cake artist declines to design a cake for a Halloween party, the world goes about its business. But if that same cake artist declines a request for a custom cake for a same-sex wedding, he is forced to defend his decision all the way to the United States Supreme Court. Why must cake artist Jack Phillips defend his right to decline one event and not the other?
Dr. Alveda King says: "I've got Jack's back."
"There is a solution for every human issue, every human conflict. We are ALL created in the image of God; yet born into sin. We can all be reborn. Meanwhile, we must learn to love one another with the same love that our Lord has for us. As my Uncle MLK said, “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” Let’s love each other and pray for each other and together we shall overcome." --Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jack Phillips' Story
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Free Speech Should Be a Piece of Cake
Ryan Bomberger, co-founder of The Radiance Foundation, explains why #JusticeForJack is justice for every creative professional.
The LGBT movement cannot be compared to the blood-bought civil rights fight of black Americans. African-American leaders explain why.
Some LGBT claims of discrimination ring hollow, especially when activists try to compare their plight with the civil rights struggle of African-Americans. This powerful panel sets the record straight.
Not Just Cake
No government, no city council, no one should be able to tell you which events deserve your artistic expression. #FirstAmendment #FreeSpeech
#WeGotYourBackJack - Dean Nelson
Dean Nelson, Co-founder of The Frederick Douglass Foundation, shares his thoughts about why the LGBT movement cannot be compared to the civil rights struggles of African-Americans.
Jack Phillips’ case is much closer to African-Americans’ civil rights fight than LGBTQ activists’ claim. He simply wants to live out his faith but the government won’t allow it, but allows his economic and public persecution because he believes in the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
I can’t believe we’ve gotten to the place where people like Jack Phillips are being discriminated against because of who they are. I have Jack’s back because we live in this great country–America–where we are able to pursue Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
As a creative professional, I want the freedom to create what I’m passionate about. I can’t imagine being forced to design something that is contrary to my beliefs. The First Amendment guarantees our freedom of expression. #JusticeForJack is justice for every creative professional. We have to distinguish between loving every human being and loving every human doing. The LGBT movement has tried to co-opt the blood-bought civil rights legacy of black Americans. But, contrary to LGBT rhetoric, gay is not the new black.