The embattled ‘Women’s March’ organization continued to struggle this week; with the group’s New Orleans chapter canceling a keynote event over “drastically declining” support and attendees as allegations of rampant anti-Semitism swirl.
“Organizers of the Women’s March in New Orleans have decided to cancel their Jan. 19 sister march, saying that participation and fundraising have dropped ‘drastically’ in the wake of outrage surrounding the national co-chairs,” writes the Washington Times.
“Due to several issues we have decided it is necessary to cancel the 2019 Women’s March in New Orleans,” said a statement from the organization.
“Many of the sister marches have asked the leaders of Women’s March, Inc. to resign but as of today, they have yet to do so,” said the National Organization for Women’s Baton Rouge office. “The controversy is dampening efforts of sister marches to fundraise, enlist involvement, find sponsors and attendee numbers have drastically declined this year. New Orleans is no exception.”
Read the full report at the Washington Times.