The Women’s March — now what?

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    The million plus people who marched on Saturday in cities throughout the country have returned to their homes, schools and jobs. After an impressive show of protest against the Trump administration, what comes next? How do organizers of the Women’s March on Washington turn dissent into meaningful political and social change. We’ll begin our conversation about the way forward with EMILY COOPER MORSE who organized the Philadelphia march. Then we’ll turn to BECKY BOND who was an architect of Bernie Sanders volunteer-driven grassroots campaign and KEEANGA-YAMAHTTA TAYLOR, an assistant professor of African American Studies at Princeton who writes about race, social movement and black politics.

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