Reeling From Farrakhan Scandal, Women’s March Leader Apologizes to 'Hurt and Betrayed' Members

Facing backlash over co-chair's embrace of anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader, D.C. leader says: 'We recognize and acknowledge the humanity of our Jewish sisters'

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One of the leaders of the Women's March leaders issued a plea to “hurt and betrayed” members not to abandon the movement after its national co-chair Tamika Mallory publicly embraced Nation of Islam leader...