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The third annual, anti-President Donald Trump Women’s March took center stage in Washington, DC, on Saturday but another movement was taking shape on the sidelines — the March for ALL Women, a project of the Independent Women’s Forum and Independent Women’s Voice.
“You are representing the over half of the women in this country who feel like what they have seen in the past two years does not represent them,” Patrice Onwuka, a senior policy analyst with the forum said at the event, which took place just a block away from the main march.
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Onwuka said this march would “provide an alternative to what we’re seeing today.”
“It’s unfortunate that women from all backgrounds and faiths and beliefs don’t feel like the March for Women is a place where they can be represented,” Onwuka said.
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Tammy Bruce, radio host, a political analyst on Fox News, and president of the Independent Women’s Voice, said that women — and men — want to work together to improve their lives.
“This is important because the messaging and what we’ve heard about advocacy for women for the last year has been about dividing us,” Bruce said. “It’s an archaic idea to divide against each other.”
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It’s recognizing, Bruce said, that, “whether you be Christian or Jewish or atheist; whether you be gay, or straight; whatever your complexion, whatever your ethnicity; wherever you were born; whatever your dreams, it is about coming together and working together to make a difference.”
“It was clear the last year that the messaging from the Women’s March was a...
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