لیندا صرصور: تفاوت میان نسخه‌ها

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'''لیندا صرصور''' ({{Lang-en|Linda Sarsour}}؛ زادهٔ {{سال تولد و سن|۱۹۸۰}}) [[کنشگری|کنشگر]] [[اسلامگرامسلمان]]<nowiki/>ی فلسطینی آمریکایی و اداره‌کنندهٔ سابق انجمن عرب آمریکایی نیویورک است.<ref name=Sarsourprogressivelist>*{{cite news|last1=Katinas|first1=Paula|title=Sarsour leaving post at Arab American Association of NY|agency=Brooklyn Daily Eagle|date=February 21, 2017|quote=We are in a critical moment as a country and I feel compelled to focus my energy on the national level and building the capacity of the progressive movement, so it is with a heavy heart that I announce that I will be leaving my post as the executive director of the Arab American Association of New York.}}
* {{cite news|last1=Alter|first1=Charlotte|title=How the Women's March Has United Progressives of All Stripes|url=http://time.com/4641575/womens-march-washington-coalition/|agency=TIME|publisher=TIME|date=Jan 20, 2017|quote=Bland quickly realized that in order to transform the march from an angry Facebook group into a progressive coalition, she’d need help. She enlisted veteran organizers Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour as national co-chairs... “people are expecting us to show up at a march and talk about our bodies and our reproductive rights,” says co-chair Sarsour, executive director of the Arab American Association of New York. Instead, she says, “we’re bringing together all the progressive movements.}}
* {{cite news|last1=Walters|first1=Joanna|title=Women's March on Washington set to be one of America's biggest protests|url=https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jan/14/womens-march-on-washington-protest-size-donald-trump|agency=The Guardian|publisher=The Guardian|date=14 January 2017|quote=We have no choice. We need to stand up against an administration that threatens everything we believe in, in what we hope will become one of the largest grassroots, progressive movements ever seen, said Sarsour.}}</ref>