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How The Women’s March Is Fighting Through Its Anti-Semitism Crisis

“There has never been a true, intentionally intersectional feminist movement. And the reason it hasn’t happened is precisely because of the controversy we’re in right now,” Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour told BuzzFeed News.

Did This All Really Start With The Zapatistas?

Zeynep Tufekci, author of Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest talks about how social media has shaped modern protest movements, censorship and surveillance—plus whether Mark Zuckerberg should run for office, and why activists always hang out at McDonalds.

Democracy Is Sexy

There's nothing sexier than active resistance.

These People Marched Against Abortion — And Against Trump

“You can call yourself pro-life as much as you want,” one March For Life attendee said, “but if you are keeping refugees out while bombing their countries, if you are sexually assaulting women and … bragging about it, it’s not enough.”

The Youngest And Oldest Marchers At The DC Women’s March

BuzzFeed News interviewed marchers under 21 and over 50 about the equal rights fight in Trump’s new America. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators came from all over the country to Washington, DC, for the Women’s March on Saturday.

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