It doesn't help that 53 percent of them voted for Trump.
Take the wage gap. Women are paid 79 cents on the dollar compared to men -- if they're white. It's worse for Native women, worse still for African-American women, and worst of all for Latina women (who only make 54 cents on the dollar).
And that's not all. Most women in general are in service or clerical jobs, but a white woman is more likely than a woman of color to work in a professional or managerial capacity. Women of color are also significantly less likely to be promoted. This all amounts to less money, more hours, and fewer opportunities for time off. When white feminists don't understand this, it creates situations like what I saw at the Women's March in Seattle: a woman yelled to the crowd that she wished she could join us, but unfortunately, she had to go to work. The women in the crowd, some of whom would no doubt be confronted by their bosses with some damning news footage come Monday, told her to just call in sick. It didn't even occur to them that, for hourly wage slaves, calling in sick might mean getting fired, or that she just can't afford to skip those eight (or 10 or 12) hours. They might as well ask a person with no legs "Why don't you just stand up?"