The Fractious Women's Movement Now Leads the Left
The Women's March(es) brought together a wide range of causes and their advocates, marching under one single banner and under a sea of pink "pussy' hats. This piece from the New York Times points out that "those who know their feminist history might see a paradox here. The women's movement has not always been a site for unity. It has been marked just as deeply by its fractures, failures and tensions. But more than a century of internal turmoil has also forced the movement to reckon with its divisions. Now, the question is whether it can bring even more Americans into the fold." Read more.