by Lynette Holloway onAugust 29, 2011
A Washington, D.C., pastor argues that there is a connection to the black community's struggle.
by Aisha I. Jefferson onJune 29, 2011
The anchor lives up to the name of his new memoir, Transparent, in a chat with The Root about the complexion of broadcast TV and being a black gay role model.
by Nsenga Burton onJune 23, 2011
When Don Lemon and Rashad Taylor blamed homophobia in the black community for their reluctance to come out, they threw black women under the bus.
by Helena Andrews onMay 18, 2011
Single-Minded: When Don Lemon announced that he was gay, it made big news. But is this kind of revelation really so shocking?
by Michael Arceneaux onMay 17, 2011
The CNN anchor has been applauded for announcing that he is gay, but some say he unfairly portrayed all blacks as homophobic.
May 17, 2011
The CNN anchor struggled with the decision to announce his sexuality to the world.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onMay 17, 2011
Read the CNN anchor's frank discussion of the reasons he didn't come out earlier, what he'd say to kids struggling with their sexuality and more.
by Nsenga Burton onMay 16, 2011
In a Twitter posting to his 89,805 followers Sunday night, Don Lemon reveals that he is gay.
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