Following the event, with crowds growing larger than could be accommodated at the original location, Maccubbin turned the planning of the event over to a new non-profit group, The P Street Festival Committee, formed in to take over the growing event. Gay Pride Day drew an estimated 28, attendees to the street festival and parade. National Equality March Logo for the March. Financial problems and growing concerns about the organization's lack of inclusiveness led the P Street Festival Committee to disband in in favor of a successor organization, Pride of Washington. Capital Pride must reimburse the District for these costs. The exhibit was installed at The Sumner School, a city-owned museum in a historic former school building in midtown D.
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But financial problems once more plagued Capital Pride. The parade is 2. Use mdy dates from April Commons category link from Wikidata. Retrieved February 24, Capital Pride Alliance has continued to produce festival.
Success of the National Equality March relied on social media tools". Retrieved October 29, The Washington Blade quoted unnamed Whitman-Walker staffers as saying that Capital Pride consumed a significant amount of the clinic's time, resources, and staff but did not generate large revenues in return. Whitman-Walker refused the offer, citing The Center's own financial difficulties and small staff. Whitman-Walker officials strongly disputed the claims about the organization's finances, but did not deny that the financial requests had been made. The festival was first held on Father's Day in