Why the Women’s March movement is fracturing

The third Women’s March will take place across the nation this Saturday. But some local chapters are walking away because of allegations of anti-semitism by leaders of the national Women’s March.

Emiliana Guereca. Photo courtesy of Guereca

A sign fighting for equal rights at the Women’s March Los Angeles in 2017. Photo credit: WMLA.



  • Angie Beem - former board president for Women’s March Washington State
  • Emiliana Guereca - executive director of Women’s March Los Angeles