Here's how to extend your activism beyond the Women's March

Get the Full StoryOnce a massive outlet for the bubbling contempt felt by so many after President Trump's election and inauguration, the fervor for the 2017 Women's March, likely the largest single-day protest in U.S. history, has subsided to a simmer for some after a number of controversies marred the national Women's March organization.

First, there were early complaints about the makeup of the marches, many of which skewed white. Then, in 2018, news broke of allegations of anti-Semitism within the organization's leadership, on the part of some of the march's national co-chairs.

Attendance last year dropped off in comparison to 2017's record-breaking march. Although, as the Washington Post reports, 2019's march was still "number seven of the 10 largest days of protest since Trump took office." Read more...More about Feminism, Gender Equality, Gender Issues, Womens March On Washington, and Womens March