Bil Browning

Bilerico's All-In-One NEM Coverage Post

Filed By Bil Browning | October 16, 2009 4:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best march coverage, National Equality March, NEM, roundup

While I didn't expect to be quoted on NPR and the New York Times on the same day about the National Equality March, I did expect to see some fantastic coverage of the march here on Bilerico Project. National-Equality-March-300x300.jpgOnce again, our contributors didn't let me down. We had some of the best video, written reports and photographs on the web.


Babs Siperstein interview at the National Equality March
Interview with Cleve Jones at the National Equality March
"Why Are You Marching?" video compilation
Equality Idol contestant Mario Nguyen talks with Bilerico
Cynthia Nixon talks with Bilerico Project at the National Equality March
NYC Speaker Christine Quinn talks with Bilerico Project
Videos of National Equality March Speakers: Lady Gaga, Julian Bond, and more


How Perry Bindelglass became the official Bilerico photographer at NEM
The Future of Activism
My moment in the sun at the National Equality March
Phil Reese, Jerame Davis, and Rea Carey at the National Equality March
From backstage at the National Equality March
Taking a break at the National Equality March
Meeting a fellow Hoosier at the National Equality March
The faces of the National Equality March
Marching with a rainbow
Waving our flag
Robin McGehee preps for the National Equality March
We Have Arrived
Early morning in Washington


A Movement Moving Forward Filed by: Guest Blogger NGLTF Executive Director Rea Carey
Is Barney Frank Relevant? Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe
Personal Reflections from the National Equality March Filed by: Waymon Hudson
HRC's Solmonese: dinner attendees 'more politically aware', have 'better sense of what's at stake' Filed by: Pam Spaulding
Judging the March's Success Filed by: Diane Silver
Why the March worked Filed by: Phil Reese
The National Equality March: Confessions and Snapshots Filed by: Guest Blogger Leah McElrath Renna
National Equality March - Pride of a Different Sort Filed by: Michelle Marzullo
Was the National Equality March A Success? It Depends On Who One Asks. Filed by: Michael Hamar
National Equality March: The measure of success Filed by: Guest Blogger Bob Summersgill
The March is Over; Now We Must Take Action Filed by: Ben Finzel
Post-march question: Just a one-night stand? Hope not Filed by: Tom Brown

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It is coverage like this that rightfully leads to awards like this one. I am humbled to be a part of the Bilerico team in my small way.

I hope this gets headlines here soon.


When you interviewed Cleve Jones, you specifically asked him if he would commit to raising money at the march for Maine. He unambiguously said "yes".

So where's the money? Are you going to follow up, or was the whole thing just BS?

Equality Across America sent out two e-mail blasts raising money for Maine and both Maine and Washington have been linked prominently from their websites with requests to donate money. As far as I know, before the march, the org never sent out an e-mail asking for funds for themselves - only Maine and Washington. I have no idea how much they raised for either state.