LONDON – Thousands of women gathered in London for the third #WomensMarch, two years after the US President Trump’s inauguration in 2017, as a response to his shameless misogyny. In 2018, the Time’s Up march took place under the banner of #MeToo. And the 2019 march’s theme, Bread And Roses, comes from a march which …
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American Muslim activist Linda Sarsour and some of the national leaders for the Women’s March on Washington and the “A Day Without A Woman” strike were arrested outside Trump International Hotel in NYC on Wednesday, March 8, sparking outrage among their supporters.
Succeeding to engage hundreds of thousands in American and worldwide marches, the Women’s March organizers are planning new steps to turn the march into a movement that supports freedom rights against hate and fascism.
After successfully drawing hundreds of thousands to Washington DC streets, Women March co-chair Linda Sarsour has come under vicious attack from right-wing website, an attack rebelled by people around the world who defended the Muslim, Palestinian-American racial justice and civil rights activist, making #IMarchWithLinda trend on Twitter.
Zahra Billoo, the executive director of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) spoke on Saturday, January 21, at the Women’s March on Washington in the nation’s capital.
Tens of thousands of women are set to march on Washington DC on Saturday, January 21, one days after violent protests erupted on the day of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
In a show of solidarity against anti-Muslim political rhetoric, Muslim and Jewish students in the University of Pennsylvania will co-sponsor a bus to the Women’s March on Washington this Saturday, only one day after Donald Trump inauguration day.