Meet the Teenager Behind the Rallying Poem of the Women's March

Broadly meets with 19-year-old Nina Donovan in her hometown of Franklin, Tennessee, to talk about her explosive "Nasty Woman" poem performed by Ashley Judd at the Women's March in Washington DC.

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Apr 6 2017, 6:12pm

Nina Donovan is a 19-year-old poet who penned the explosive "Nasty Woman" poem performed by actress and activist Ashley Judd at the Women's March in Washington DC.

The poem takes on everything from women's rights to immigration issues to racial inequality under the new Trump Administration. The piece has quickly gained international attention while also sparking widespread controversy for suggesting incestuous relations between President Trump and his daughter, Ivanka Trump.

Broadly met up with Donovan in her hometown of Franklin, Tennessee to talk about the inspiration behind this momentous poem and how it became somewhat of a rallying cry for the Women's March.

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