Women Win when they have a broad base of support and trust. 2019 is all about returning leadership and emphasis to localities - towns, cities and states where #WomenLeaders know the complexities of their own communities. Women Win when they manage the immediate demands within an active sisterhood that's supported by local groups radiating from all directions.
All unaffiliated groups should consider joining together under an umbrella organization with a very clear distinction from WM Inc.. March On is a formidable organization, a 501(c)4 that has been doing exceptional work since Wruble left WM Inc. and founded March On, a vastly diverse empowered network working tirelessly for the original goals of the women's march in 2017.
Letter from WMFA Co-Chair Grace Bennett to the President of Columbia University following the defacement-with swastikas and an anti-semitic slur-on the walls of a professor's office at Columbia's Teacher's College. https://cnn.it/2BHfuTT Dear Dr. Bollinger, It was a pleasure to speak with Pete Donatich, a senior administrative assistant in your office who seemed receptive and open to hearing what I had to say.
The two women, among the millions of women, who showed me the way, are my basketball coach, a black out lesbian in the 70s, and a woman who was 11-years-old when she snuck off and left behind her family at the train station for Auschwitz.
Mayim Bialik is an actress, feminist, mom, scientist (she has a PhD in neuroscience from UCLA), activist, and writer. She's currently a star on the CBS show "The Big Bang Theory," a founding Kveller writer, and now the founder of Grok Nation.