Analysis As Women’s March Kicks Off, a Look at How It Lost So Much Jewish Support

When a head of the group denies the compatibility of feminism and Zionism or fails to condemn Louis Farrahkan, even sympathetic Jewish voices drop out

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From the very beginning, many Jewish women, including those who identify as committed progressives, were apprehensive about the Women’s March. But few would have predicted that two years later, a deep rift...