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'Respect' was not enough for MLK or today's Women's March organizers

It is a meaningful coincidence that the anniversary of the 2017 Women's March lands on the same weekend as the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Both the civil rights and women's rights movements are divided by questions of how they wish to be perceived -- and how much they should even care what others think.

"Nasty woman," a phrase used by then-candidate Donald Trump to describe opponent Hillary Clinton in the third 2016

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