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Kip Williams Resigns from Equality March Group

Last week in "Kip Williams Marches On" we profiled former UT and Karns High School student Kip Williams, describing his successful role as co-director of the National Equality March that drew an estimated 200,000 to Washington, D.C. Oct. 11. That article included word that Williams had taken on a new job; it did not explicitly state that he'd left the march organization for both financial reasons and doubts about its future efficacy. Today, widely-read gay blogger Bil Browning of The Bilerico Project broke the story of Williams and co-director Robin McGehee resigning their spots (a member of the executive committee for the National Equality March, Browning himself will stay with the organization). What is certain is that Williams will stay with the federally-assured equal rights for LGBT Americans in some role--or maybe he'll create a new one. 

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