There’s a Good Reason Many Jewish Women Will Be Joining the Women’s March

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We feel it’s where we belong.

  • Sarah M. Seltzer
  • The Nation

Following the debate over anti-Semitism and the Women’s March has felt like having a year-long front-row seat to a soliloquy by Fiddler on the Roof’s conflicted Tevye: on the one hand, on the other hand, on the other hand.

On the one hand, the attacks against the Women’s March leadership, especially Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, cannot be untangled from many critics’ clear discomfort with women in power, especially women of…

On the other hand, some Jewish women have said they were aware of those underlying dynamics and still felt wounded—and…

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