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Women’s March founder calls on leaders to quit, citing anti-Semitism and bigotry

Groups such as the Zioness Movement applauded Shook’s statement.
“Zioness shares Shook’s sentiment that it is high time for new leadership at a Movement created to stand in love and solidarity against hate,” the group said in a statement. “Since our founding in 2017, Zioness has spoken out time and again against the poisonous and deeply hurtful rhetoric and actions of certain Women’s March leaders.”

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