The Activist Divide Over The Women's March On Washington Lena Gardner of the Unitarian Universalist's Black Lives Matter group in Minneapolis is going to the Women's March on Washington, but initially felt excluded as a woman of color. She talks about why.
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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

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.