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Antiracist and Social Justice Resources

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"Intersectionality" by is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Intersectionality is a term adopted by Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989 "to describe bias and violence against black women, but it's become more widely used." In an interview with Columbia Law School in 2017, Crenshaw defines Intersectionality as "a lens through which you can see where power comes and collides, where it interlocks and intersects. It’s not simply that there’s a race problem here, a gender problem here, and a class or LBGTQ problem there. Many times that framework erases what happens to people who are subject to all of these things." 




Book Selections

Cases & Legislation



Inclusive Language & FAQs

News Articles

Research & Academic Scholarship

Teaching Resources (Topical LibGuides, Syllabi, Toolkits)



Libraries, Colleges & Universities: Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, Allyship (IDEA)

Becoming an Ally: Advocate, Donate, Protest, Volunteer, Vote

Countering Censorship

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