MLIVE — Jackson county, city hire joint human resources director, who had been fired by University of Toledo
|â€Ž”Dixon…was fired at the University of Toledo after writing a letter about her position on gay rights to the Toledo Free Press. She argued that (homosexuals) are not civil rights victims because they have the ability to choose a homosexual lifestyle. ‘I cannot wake up tomorrow and not be a Black woman,’ she wrote. ‘I am genetically and biologically a Black woman and very pleased to be so as my Creator intended.'”
AFA-Michigan welcomes Crystal Dixon to Michigan, congratulates her on her new job, and salutes her principled stand for family, faith, and freedom! Her firing by the University of Toledo for having dared publicly oppose homosexual activists’ political agenda is proof that so-called “gay rights” laws and policies are themselves blatantly discriminatory.
Crystal is already coming under fire by homosexual activists in Michigan. Please write a message to the editor of the Jackson newspaper and to Jackson Mayor Karen Dunigan and County Commission Chairman James Shotwell applauding their hiring the best-qualified applicant and respecting her religious free speech rights: