A Rift Over Power and Privilege in the Women’s March - The New York Times / The Daily
After the divisiveness of the 2016 election, the Women’s March became a major symbol of unity. But two years later, a rift in the movement has grown.
*Accusations of anti-Semitism against leaders of the Women’s March organization are overshadowing plans for more marches.
*Much of the recent controversy has centered on one leader’s ties with Louis Farrakhan, the head of the Nation of Islam.
*As a result of the conflict, two competing protests of the Trump administration will be held in New York City on Saturday.