Pressuring, pigeonholing and shaming the Women’s March from the outside only serves to keep us further apart.15
I decided our communities needed to come together, and a musical healing service seemed the right way to do it.
After Tamika Mallory refused to distance herself from Farrakhan, how can the Jewish community rebuild trust with the Women’s March - and should they?6
Jewish high schoolers are often told that social justice advocacy has no place for Jews; does the latest Farrakhan controversy prove them right?3
The Women’s March only understands the intersectional needs of women of color and Jews when it is convenient for their movement.
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