To March or Not to March? Women’s March Divides Progressive Jewish Women in United States

As the movement prepares for its third annual U.S. protest, some U.S. Jews are agonizing over whether to participate, while others refuse to support a leadership dogged by accusations of anti-Semitism

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NEW YORK – When hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered in Washington for the first ever Women’s March in January 2017, Jamie Oksenhorn had no choice but watch from her sofa in Basking Ridge, New Jersey.