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Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory et al are doing one hell of a bad job showing they are NOT Jew haters
I could respond to the Jewish Forward Editor-in Chief's claims, but Israel advocate Hen Mazzig has already done it. Perfectly
Now Women’s March Chicago organizers are dissociating themselves from the national organization
When you can't keep track of what you are supposed to lie about
Following heavy criticism over their tolerance of antisemitism, the Women's March finally came out with a statement denouncing antisemitism. Except it really didn't.
A newly appointed board member of the Women’s March has been voted off it just days after her new role was announced
This is good news for those who want to be part of the Women's March, but detest the Jew hatred of some of its founding members.
In the past year or so, there have been a spate of antisemitic attacks in NYC, especially Crown Heights in Brooklyn. Here's why.
You may have thought that with all the justified accusations of antisemitism directed at the Women's March co-founders, especially Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, the co-founders would be more careful with their words. Wishful thinking.
Women's March co-chairs Tamika Mallory and Bob Bland recently appeared on The View, and the issue of Mallory's association with, and fangirling of, Jew hater Louis Farrakhan came up.
Sarsour, Perez, Mallory and Bland claim to be progressive. Spoiler alert: they're not
The LA Times has published a piece that is so bad and offensive, they must have forgotten they were in LA and thought they were in NY.
Women’s March organizers in Washington state are disbanding the state chapter over allegations of anti-Semitism at the national level.