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We discuss the very real concerns about antisemitism within the leadership of the Women's March. In a Kardashian-level internet investigation, we provide the backdrop of the past two years: from its initial organizing, centering of white women, framing principles, fallout from Charlottesville, and the recurring role of Louis Farrakhan. So while the New York Times is not incorrect to note the divisions "roiling" the Women's March, fighting for freedom and justice isn't a pretty and pleasant task undertaken by nice ladies. Anger, hurt, and fear are all valid emotions when building a movement.
- 2018: “Women’s March Roiled by Accusations of Anti-Semitism”
- 2016: “Amid Division, a March in Washington Seeks to Bring Women Together”
- 2017: Day Without a Woman strike platform
- Op-ed, “Does feminism have room for zionists?”
- Linda Sarsour response in the Nation
- Adam Serwer, “Why Tamika Mallory Won’t Condemn Farrakhan”
- Collier Meyerson’s Twitter thread on anti-Semitism and racism
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