LGBTQ+ People of Color: The intersectionality

"Forty-two percent of LGBTQ adults identify as people of color," There is a major crossover between those who identify as a person of color (poc) and those who identify as LGBTQ+. This is why it is important to look at the intersectionality of this topic. Many people of color face numerous types of  discrimination and biases within are society, this...[ read more ]

Better Understanding Intersectionality: The Sum vs. The Individual

For our closing blog of this week, I wanted to provide our readers with video material for intersectionality as this is much more accessible for people! The video is by Peter Hopkins a professor and Newcastle University. It will give you a better understanding of intersectionality, what it is, what it looks like in today's society, and how it affects...[ read more ]

Why is Intersectionality Important in Today’s Society

In my last blog post, I introduced the idea of intersectionality and how it exists in all parts of our lives. For this post, I wanted to introduce an article on intersectionality by Bridie Taylor. The website that this article is found on focuses on women's rights. If this is something you are interested in our you or someone who...[ read more ]

What is Intersectionality?

All of us are a part of multiple groups that we identify with. Some of us identify with specific racial identities, gender (s), sexualities, disabilities, and nationalities. Outside of the ones that I have mentioned there are hundreds of other identities that people can identify with. Though we are aware of our multiple identities it is hard to consider one...[ read more ]

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