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Kelli (Blair) Braxton Nov 14
had a vision and it was NOT what co-chairs have done. Mallory and Sarsour need to step down.
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Maggie Phillips Nov 14
Instead of taking ownership the Women's March is blaming the Right. This is beyond ridiculous.
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Ari Nov 15
Out of the playbook, a student in Chicago asked why "humanizing" Zionists is acceptable, & likened that process to asking African Americans to be comfortable seeking to "humanize members of the KKK." Yossi's spot on answer:
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Daniel P. Carey Jr. 3h
This is unquestionably the right thing to do
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WoMen For All Nov 9
star of ​ is the latest to speak out against and the fact that its leaders, Mallory, Sarsour, Perez and Bland, refuse to distance themselves from the vitriolic Farrakhan.
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M.G. Nov 11
So the isn't here for LGBTQ+ or Jewish people. Good to know! As a lesbian (and human being), I'm disgusted I once supported an organization that views me and others as sub-human.
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Charles 2h
founder Teresa Shook called for and to step down for allowing “anti-Semitism, anti-LBGTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric to become part of the platform” It’s about damn time, Teresa.
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ministter 🙏🏿 Nov 10
We must learn from history. is largest, most diverse, mvmnt since . foes are same that killed to divide, conquer, undermine POC leadership, like & . They’re not anti-Semitic. Their enemies want you to be anti-WOC. - M
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The Advocate 46m
“Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Carmen Perez of Women’s March, Inc. have steered the Movement away from its true course," said founder Teresa Shook, who is calling on these leaders to resign.
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Devon J Hall 22m
I've said all along that leaders are trash, but those of you out there on the streets? Those of you working to create real change in your communities? You are my heroes. Big difference.
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Blue in 2020 Nov 10
As do I! I went to DC for the but I cannot abide the AntiSemitism that I see from its leaders!
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David P. H. 3h
The was one of the most inspiring actions I've taken in the past decade. My wife cried. It was deeply powerful. What a sad turn this group has now taken. et al, step down.
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Donald Douglas 54m
Linda Sarsour's not tweeting much. Keeping a low profile while the forces against her call for her head. 🤷‍♂️ 
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(((Susan Rogers))) 9h
"Let us not fall for the longstanding tactics of white supremacy of divide and conquer...My liberation is bound up with all of yours."-
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Seven Rodham Bokkie Nov 10
Sorry, but Sarsour and Mallory had these views back in 2016 and no one cared. They have had 2+ years to allow their positions to evolve and they’ve stayed as rabidly antisemitic as they were in 2016. Tolerating ISN’T progressive, it’s antisemitic.
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Cas Mudde ✊ 4h
Sad to see descend into internal fighting. (screenshots by )
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Adam Milstein 4h
Teresa Shook, founder of , takes to denouncing , Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory who "steered the Movement away from its true course" Calls for them to step down and restore the movement to what it was before hate came in.
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Charles 2h
I wonder if is going to distance herself from . founder Teresa Shook called for Sarsour and Tamika Mallory to step down for allowing “anti-Semitism, anti-LGBTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric to become part of the platform”
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Seattle Womxn Marching Forward Nov 15
Womxn’s March Seattle is coming. Three days of activism and connection. Mark your calendars, Jan. 19-20-21, 2019!
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B'nai Brith Canada 4h
Well said . There is no space for or hatred of any kind within the . Time for and to step down and "let others lead who can restore faith in the Movement and its original intent."
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