How come race is another main point that connects to the women’s march?
One reason is to create a feminist movement that includes women of all backgrounds together. As Brittney Cooper, an assistant professor from Rutgers University explained “Intersectionality simply means that there are lots of different parts to our womanhood and those parts race, gender, sexuality, and religion, and ability are not incidental or auxiliary. They matter politically.” But the original organizers of the march were white, which raised questions about if the march would take the problems of women who were colored into the situation. After that three women of color who are experienced activists and organizers joined Bob Bland, he was one of the first women to organize the march on social media.