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.
The transgender activist weighs in on whether the Women's March should associate with the antigay leader.
Tamika Mallory not only refuses to cut ties with the homophobic, anti-Semitic Farrakhan, but praised him as "the greatest of all time."
Ellen Crafts, marketing and communications director for the L.A. Women's March, discusses what's ahead in the battle against the patriarchy.
The Advocate's Ariel Sobel joins Tracy and Jessie to talk about pussy hats, SAG awards, Aziz Ansari, and bisexuality on this week's latest episode of The Advocates podcast.