2017-03-01 17:31:02

Linda Sarsour on March 8 "Day Without a Woman" Strike & Continuing to Organize Against Trump

Following President Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, many media outlets began to cast his presidency in a new, more moderate light. However, activists and organizers say Trump’s presidency will not be normalized simply because he has learned to read from a teleprompter. DN! speaks with Linda Sarsour, the director of the first Muslim online organizing platform, MPower Change, and co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, the largest protest after a presidential inauguration in U.S. history.

Donald Trump Linda Sarsour

Related

Rising Up With Sonali

How Big Banks Are Helping Criminals Launder Money

How Big Banks Are Helping Criminals Launder Money

The Thom Hartmann Program

Justice Ginsburg's Replacement Could Change Everything

Justice Ginsburg's Replacement Could Change Everything

The David Pakman Show

Trump Incoherent on Fox, Host Nods Along

Trump Incoherent on Fox, Host Nods Along

The David Pakman Show

Republican Hypocrisy on RGB Seat

Republican Hypocrisy on RGB Seat