“At this point I call the women’s marches ‘parades,’ with white women doing arts and crafts the night before. This is an event for them. It wasn’t until white women were personally affected that they came out in the millions. All of a sudden they knew how to organize. Women of color have been marching a long time.”
– Rachel Cargle, author and activist who has criticized feminist movements around the world as exclusive of non-White women.