Her latest eblast as part of the Women's March reveals all below:
The leaders of the Women’s March Network are convening this weekend in Chicago to develop our 50-state strategy. While we are working on building capacity and political power, we are focused on centering the leadership of the most marginalized women and communities.
Photo of a diverse group of women standing behind a Women's March banner
While we have been meeting, the current occupant of the White House has launched a despicable and irresponsible attack on Congresswoman Ilhan Omar. This is as dangerous as it is unprecedented. The president of the United States is inciting violence against a Black Muslim sitting member of congress, putting her life at risk.
Tell Jack Dorsey from Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook to take down the president’s hateful video and permanently suspend his Twitter account. We don’t have to give hate a platform.
This isn’t the first time he has done this. This isn’t a mistake, it’s a tactic. The President is trying to stir and stoke the fear of Muslim Americans and divide the movement to distract us from his scandals, discriminatory policies, and frequent blunders. He and the GOP are set out to ensure that we don’t win in 2020 — but not on our watch. Today, we stand with Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and send her our solidarity and support. Tomorrow, we go back to our communities and do the work to get our country on a track to democracy and equality for all.