College Democrats wrote that the organization has “zero tolerance” for hate, and denounce “any anti-Semitism” present among the march’s organizers. College Democrats will not have any “formal representation” at the march, and they encourage members of their organization not to attend.

“We will continue to support this movement’s values and mission of transformative social change with the inclusion of diversity among women, but we cannot in good conscience support the organization,” the statement read.

In light of the movement’s association with anti-semitism, numerous sponsors, including the Democratic National Committee, pulled their support from the organization.

Read The Hatchet‘s report here.

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