The American Family Assn. has ended its 2-year boycott of Ford Motor Co., saying the “conditions of the original agreement presented in fall 2005 have been met.” The Tupelo, MS-based AFA has been boycotting Ford products since 2005 in protest of the auto maker’s support for several gay and lesbian events and the advertising it places in gay-directed publications. In calling off the boycott, the AFA says Ford has met four key demands, including ending promotions that provide cash ...
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