Women's March leader won't condemn anti-semitic comments by Louis Farrakhan of Nation of Islam

On The View's Monday episode, Women's March co-founder Tamika Mallory refused to condemn anti-semitic comments made by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Read the rest

Watch Jessica Williams’ moving speech from the Sundance Women’s March

Comedian and former Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams took to the stage during the Women's March at Sundance to share a story about her mother and celebrate black womanhood.

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One more amazing sign from the Women’s March

That just about sums it up. Although, of course, Donald Trump is far from the first U.S. president to be accused of sexual assault, so feel free to apply the message of this sign all the way back to the days of the Founding Fathers.

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Listen: I Can't Keep Quiet, an anthem for the Women's March

More than 8,000,000 people have watched this video of a flashmob choir performing "I Can't Keep Quiet," a song by LA musician MILCK, who performed it at Saturday's Women's March. Read the rest

The Women’s March on Washington was two or three times bigger than Trump’s inauguration

Photos have already emerged documenting just how many more people attended Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration than Donald Trump’s 2017 one, but this gif from CNN proves the Women’s March on Washington crowd totally dominated Trump's too:

The two photos were both taken in the same place at 12:15 p.m. EST one day apart. The difference is yuge. And, yes, both images feature the infamous white plastic White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed makes crowds look smaller. Vox is reporting the Women's March on Washington was about twice as big as Trump's inauguration, with a crowd of around 500,000 attending the Women's March. Meanwhile The New York Times—which has a lower estimate of Trump's crowd size—believes the Washington Women’s March was actually three times larger than the inauguration.

USA Today is reporting that in total Women's Marches around the world had a turn out of around 2.6 million people at 673 marches in all 50 states and 32 countries. Read the rest

The Women's March and the Judean People's Front: After Occupy, after trumpism, a new networked politics

Doubtless you've laughed at the ideological war between the Judean People's Front and the People's Front of Judea. I laughed along with you: having grown up in politics, I know firsthand about the enmities that fester between groups that should be allies -- groups whose differences can only be parsed after months of study, but who are seemingly more at odds with one another than their obvious political opponents on the "other side" of the debate.