Organizers of the national Women's March, Carmen Perez and Tamika Mallory, addressed accusations of supporting anti-Semitic and anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.
The freshman congresswoman touched on numerous issues at one of the many Women's Marches held around the nation today.
High profile Dems are staying away from the organization whose leadership has been accused of endorsing anti-Semitic and anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.
The move comes amid controversy involving national march leaders, but Chicago organizers, who will plan an alternative event, cite other reasons.
Teresa Shook says the march's current leaders have allowed “anti-Semitism, anti-LBGTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric” into the movement.
After years of criticism for their leadership's close connections to the homophobic, anti-Semitic leader, the Women's March finally distances themselves from Farrakhan.
The actress-advocate opens up on how the movement can learn from its critics and criticizes the Women's March stances on anti-semitism.