Linda Sarsour, one of the co-founders of the anti-Trump Women’s March and an outspoken anti-Semitic activist, recently spoke at New York University. Jewish groups have criticized many of her past remarks and activities as anti-Semitic, as she claims she is unabashedly pro-Palestinian. For example, she has not apologized for fraternizing with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who is anti-Semitic, and supports radical Islamic groups.
In her speech, she told the audience that they should vote for candidates who are not white. But, when you look at the 2020 presidential campaign, she is probably advocating for people to vote for the Democratic Party, which is running at least two African-American candidates.