Award-winning filmmaker, author and activist dream hampton is pulling out of an appearance at a high-profile women’s conference because the event will also feature , ’s former homeland security secretary who oversaw his migrant family separation policy. 

Hampton, the executive producer of the documentary “Surviving R. Kelly,” was scheduled to appear on an Oct. 22 panel about “justice and power.” The Most Powerful Women Summit, set to be held in Washington, D.C., brings together prominent women across industries. 

But Fortune, the organizer of the summit, has been under pressure to rescind the invitation to Nielsen, who executed and defended Trump’s policy of separating and detaining  crossing into the United States. Fortune has so far refused to do so, leading

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