Linda Sarsour Talks Womens March On Washington , Worries of The Donald Trump Administration + #DayWithoutAWoman

Linda Sarsour, co-chair of the National woman’s March on Washington dropped by to promote the 'A Day Without A Woman' movement. While talking to Angie they discussed...

  • How women are vital to our community
  • The after affects of 9/11 growing up as a Muslim in Brooklyn
  • The woman’s March on Washington is historically the largest protest in history
  • How they did not expect the numbers that they received from the March - had over 400 marches
  • Donald Trump being a wake up call to the world.
  • No matter if you are paid or unpaid your presence makes a difference from college students to stay at home moms, your presence matters.
  • Encourages women to not spend their money on March 8th because we hold a large economic power.
  • Also encourages woman to wear RED on March 8 and come stand in solidarity
  • An entire school district in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and Alexandria Virginia that are shutting down schools because of the movement
  • Explains the struggles and injustices that we was as women still endure like equal pay, health care, and abortions
  • Talks about how Donald Trumps administration is the epitome of white privilege
  • “The power is not in the hands of the people the power lays in the hands of corporations”
  • Shares her hope and faith for change in America despite America’s history for racism
Angie Martinez

Angie Martinez

Angie Martinez is recognized as one of the most influential personalities in popular culture and multi-media. Originally known as “The Voice of New York,” Angie’s nearly 20 years of on-air hosting experience has led her to become the media... Read more


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