America's leading LGBT rights groups are divided in their reactions to Phil Robertson's reinstatement on Duck Dynasty.

A&E announced Friday its decision to keep Robertson on the reality show.

The news comes a little more than a week after the television network suspended Robertson for comments made during an interview with GQ. Robertson told the men's fashion glossy that gay sex was an illogical “sin” and put it in the same category as bestiality and promiscuity.

In announcing its decision, the network reiterated its “disappointment” in Robertson but added that Duck Dynasty is “not a show about one man's views.” A&E added that it would launch a national PSA campaign “promoting unity, tolerance and acceptance among all people.”

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The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) described the development as “positive.”

We've received assurances also that the Roberson family is now open to working with African-American and LGBT people to address the real harm that such anti-gay and racist comments can cause,” HRC spokesman Fred Sainz told CNN. “That's been our ask since Phil's comments ran in GQ, and while it's a positive step, it certainly cannot and should not be the last one.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

GLAAD felt differently, criticizing A&E's decision in a statement.

Phil Robertson should look African American and gay people in the eyes and hear about the hurtful impact of praising Jim Crow laws and comparing gay people to terrorists,” GLAAD said. “If dialogue with Phil is not part of the next steps, then A+E has chosen profits over African American and gay people – especially its employees and viewers.”