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The Activist Divide Over The Women's March On Washington

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The Activist Divide Over The Women's March On Washington

Politics

The Activist Divide Over The Women's March On Washington

The Activist Divide Over The Women's March On Washington

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Lena Gardner, co-founder of the Unitarian Universalist's Black Lives Matter group in Minneapolis will attend the Women's March on Washington, but initially felt excluded as a woman of color. She tells us why.