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.
February 12, 2017 by Megan Reilly Cayten