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She the People Jan 19
Replying to @justicedems @AOC
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TINKER,TAILOR,TRUMP Jan 18
A & Z’s evasively weak rationale for accepting anti-semitism among Women’s March leaders collapses its once inspiring big tent. I’m a Jew for DBS. But moral obtundity is as unsupportable as bigotry
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Reggie 7h
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Taylor Tarpey 6h
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✨White Mare Sanctuary⚜️ Jan 19
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LifeCoachLloyd 8h
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SheThePeople Jan 14
"While heading a branch at , men of my father's age worked under me. So, I was asked by my superiors to wear a saree everyday so that I get the respect I deserve from all employees who were mostly men.", says Arundhati Bhattacharya.
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SheThePeople Jan 14
"India has very little time to achieve the status of a middle income or a developed nation. Every minute wasted is a resource that could have been used to generate money. We need to buckle up.", says Arundhati Bhattacharya.
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SheThePeople Jan 14
"I led demonization from the front. had 24,000 branches at the time and we had to change the currency in a day's time. We manage to replenish money in the 60 days that were given. Very few countries can do this.", says Arundhati Bhattacharya.
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She the People Jan 15
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jumoke hinton Jan 19
Thanks! Appreciate you all staying focus. That’s all part of the movement
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SheThePeople Jan 14
"India has a lot of strength to deal with change. Because as a nation we've never been hand-held, we've dealt with low resources. I have a lot of hope for this country.", says Arundhati Bhattacharya.
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Philanthropy Women Jan 17
Summit Convenes Powerful Women of Color in San Francisco: Philanthropy Women
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Maria Dautruche Jan 19
Well this has warmed my heart to see today
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Prairie Rose Jan 19
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She the People Jan 16
Wow is an understatement!
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SheThePeople Jan 14
"The one thing needs to keep in mind is to take on the role of a nurturer along with being the regulator.", says Ex-Chairperson of , Arundhati Bhattacharya.
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Aimee Allison Jan 19
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She the People Jan 15
"The environmental-justice movement has always been led and powered by Black women."
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She the People Jan 19
We are at the Women's March today! How are you participating? Let us know in the comments. 📸:
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