"The Women's March was conceived to protect marginalized communities, and anyone who would deny the Jews are a marginalized community are living on another planet", Tarlov said.
Women's March, a national nonprofit organization that evolved from the initial Washington march, is again hosting its main event in Washington, with hundreds of "sister" marches in other cities.
The day after his inauguration in January 2017, millions worldwide marched for women's rights.
Loomer's past protest stunts have included handcuffing herself to a Twitter office after the service banned her and jumping a fence at a home owned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with several men she described as immigrants in the country without legal documentation.
"Over the a year ago, my sisters in Women's March and I have faced accusations that have hurt my soul, charges of anti-Semitism", Carmen Perez, one of the national co-chairs of the organization, told a crowd of hundreds gathered under grey skies in DC's Freedom Plaza. Other Women's Marches took place in US cities and around the globe.
"The Women's March does not represent Jewish people".
Sherry Cain, a 78-year-old Kentucky native, said she's lived a long time and has seen a lot of change in the world, "but never anything like this in our country". "I'm not Jewish, so for me to speak to that is not fair".
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Leaders of Women's March and March On say there is a role for everyone and that divisions in leadership have not detracted from the overall movement. Turmoil within the organization has led to some members requesting the resignation of the national group's co-chairs.
Mallory, who has been forced in recent days to confront questions about her association with notorious anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, acknowledged during the interview that "all people have the right to exist" but would not address the legitimacy of the Israeli state.
A demonstrator holds a sign against anti-semitism at the Women's March in LA. She said she didn't mind the frigid temperature. She said the two NY events shared the same message.
Okeyo, who rejects that the movement is anti-Semitic, responded to the interruption by welcoming Jews and reminding the crowd about the goal of the rally. "It doesn't matter the time, the date, how cold it is - things are going to happen, (and) we need to be there to make it happen".
That includes pushing for a policy document they call the "Women's Agenda", addressing issues including immigrant rights, violence against women, civil rights and liberties, and climate justice, among others.
The interviewer, Margaret Hoover, pushed her to specify whether that applied to the Jewish state.