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'A Day Without a Woman' ignites backlash over left-wing agenda, school closures
Mar 7, 2017 - The Washington Times

It's being billed as "A Day Without a Woman," but apparently only pro-union, pro-choice, anti-Israel women who can afford to skip work need apply.

The one-day "general strike" is coming under fire from the right and the left for its mixed political messages, as well as the havoc caused by the closure of some schools Wednesday driven by anticipated staff absences.

At least two large school districts — Alexandria City Public Schools in Virginia and Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools

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