Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) announced Friday she would not attend the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. because of anti-Semitism and bigotry at the organization’s highest levels.
Contrary to recent media reports, Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) is scheduled to participate in the Women’s March Saturday.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) is facing criticism for ignoring the work of local Women’s March leaders by lavishing praise on the organization’s four most prominent leaders last year.
Two leaders of the Women’s March shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories at the first meeting of the organization’s leadership in November 2016, according to others present at the meeting.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), who was initially scheduled to speak at the same conference as controversial Women’s March organizer and liberal activist Linda Sarsour, is no longer speaking at the conference due to a scheduling conflict.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) will attend an immigration conference next month with Women’s March organizer and liberal activist Linda Sarsour, who has come under increased scrutiny for her ties to radical Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Left-wing activist Linda Sarsour has been alternately apologetic and defiant this week about the Women’s March and its previous refusal to disavow radical Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan.
The founder of the Women’s March called on its current leaders to step down for permitting racist rhetoric and anti-Semitism to infiltrate the movement. Teresa Shook accused several leaders of having “steered the Movement away from its true course.” Founder of the @womensmarch calls for current leaders to step down for allowing …
Actress Alyssa Milano said in a recent interview that she does not intend to support the Women’s March so long as it defends “bigotry or anti-Semitism.”