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Equality March Co-directors Resign


Kip Williams and Robin McGehee, the codirectors of last month's National Equality March, have resigned from the parent organization, Equality Across America, over concerns about financial stability, viability, and direction of the organization.

EAA founder and lead march organizer Cleve Jones confirmed their departures with Bill Browning at The Bilerico Project.

"We're still not sure this is a viable organization," Jones told Browning. "It's still not clear to me that EAA is going to happen yet. There needs to be a working group to take EAA forward. I'll be inviting [the march's] steering committee and executive committee members to participate."

In the interim, National Equality March executive committee members elected Tanner Efinger, a personal assistant to Jones, as the volunteer project director. Intense discussions about the future of the organization are ongoing, according to Browning.

"Underlying tensions in the committees, however, have many frustrated activists at the breaking point as various factions vie for control of the organization's leadership," reported Browning, who disclosed that he is a member of the executive committee.

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