Abby Johnson

And Then There Were None

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Founder of the nonprofit "And Then There Were None"

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After the Women’s March on Washington ended, some of the march leaders had a meeting they called “Where We Go From Here.”

For the women's movement, is it more important to be inclusive or focused?

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