“It’s 2019, and we still have work to do. For women.”
Anti-Semitism, once reserved for the far left and right, has now entered the animal rights movement with a vengeance.
‘I would not be any place else at this moment,’ Steinem declared at the NYC Women’s March on Saturday.
I have seen women of different religions, socioeconomic levels, belief systems, and lifestyles, come together toward a common goal and make it happen.
I agonized over what to write on my poster for the Women’s March this past Saturday.
“Everyone has a right to exist — I just don’t feel that anyone has a right to exist at the disposal of another group.”
More than half of all states have passed laws designed to fight the BDS movement, though some have been struck down as unconstitutional.
Her response was agonizing.
Rabbis had a secret meeting with Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory about anti-Semitism - but they’re still split on whether to go to the Women’s March.
The Democratic National Committee is no longer listed as a partner of the Women’s March, joining the SPLC and Emily’s List.