Buffalo, New York Apr 22, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Jordan James, host and executive producer of Good Deeds Buffalo, has taken a bold stand for the LGBTQ+ community. In response to comments made by WBBZ-TV owner Phil Arno that were deemed anti-LGBTQ+ in nature, Mr. James announced his decision to cease his business relationship with WBBZ-TV and Mr. Arno, effective April 10, 2023.
As a long-time advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and the creator of a program that celebrates kindness, Jordan James could not stand by or associate himself with language and comments that may cause physical harm or even death through violence. Mr. James stated that such comments generate hate and may provoke dangers that target LGBTQ+ people.
Mr. James, who is also the founder of Blood is Blood, a group that seeks to end discrimination when it comes to blood donations from the LGBTQ+ Community, emphasized that there is no question that his decision to cut ties with WBBZ-TV is the right one.
Mr. James is seeking a new media partner that aligns with the mission of “Good Deeds”. With the support of the LGBTQ+ Community and allies. Mr. James is confident that a new partnership can be established.
Mr. James’ decision to take a stand for what is right sends a powerful message of hope and inspiration to the LGBTQ+ community across the nation. His unwavering commitment to promoting love and kindness in the face of hate and discrimination is an inspiration to all.
In his closing statement, Mr. James made a promise to continue to stand up for himself and his community, reminding everyone that hate is the moment, but love is forever.
Good Deeds Buffalo / PR Team
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