Abby Johnson

And Then There Were None

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Founder of the nonprofit "And Then There Were None"

Abby Johnson on KCRW

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?

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

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