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Intersectionality

Every person embodies multiple social locations (race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic class, religion, ethnicity, culture, ability, size, ….). Intersectionality is the study of how society empowers or disempowers people based on the way these multiple social locations interact. Intersectional analysis grew out of the experiences and voices of women of color who faced both racist and sexist oppression, and the economic disempowerment resulting from those oppressions.

Racism/Antiracism Basics

For Racial Identity Caucuses (a.k.a. “affinity groups”)