Intersectionality Resources

Kimberlé Crenshaw first coined the term intersectionality in 1989, which refers to the complex and cumulative way that the effects of different forms of discrimination (such as racism, sexism, and classism) combine, overlap, and yes, intersect - especially in the experiences of marginalized people or groups (Merriam-Webster).

Articles & Resources - Journals - Organizations - Videos

Articles & Resources


  • Diversity & Democracy - Published by the AACU, this publication supports higher education faculty and leaders as they design and implement programs that advance civic learning and democratic engagement, global learning, and engagement with diversity to prepare students for socially responsible action in today's interdependent but unequal world.



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