NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — The protestors numbered only about two-dozen, but the amount of reporters who showed up at an Isiah Thomas protest along with Madison Square Garden management and security personnel indicated that their message might be getting through.
It was loud and clear, 1010 WINS’ Carol D’Auria reported, they wore t-shirts that said ‘I am Anucha Browne.’READ MORE: NYPD: 5 People Hospitalized After Police-Involved Shooting In Upper Manhattan
They wanted to show solidarity with the former Knicks executive who accused Thomas of sexual harassment.
“I think it’s important for women to know that their voice matters and not to feel that they’re being silenced just because someone doesn’t like what they have to say,” organizer Nevin Caple said.READ MORE: COVID Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect For New York State Health Care Workers
At a news conference Thomas refused to comment on the protests. A statement from the Garden said the women are misinformed.