Intersectionality and Social Justice: Unraveling Complexity

Authors

  • Sarah Thompsom Embraud University

Keywords:

Intersectionality, Social Justice, Identity, Oppression, Diversity, Inequality, Power, Privilege, Marginalization, Complexity

Abstract

This scholarly article delves into the intricate relationship between intersectionality and social justice, unraveling the complexities that arise when considering the overlapping dimensions of identity and oppression. The exploration of intersectionality has become increasingly crucial in understanding the nuanced experiences of individuals who navigate multiple social categories such as race, gender, sexuality, and class. By examining the theoretical framework of intersectionality, this paper seeks to contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding social justice, shedding light on the challenges and opportunities inherent in addressing the interconnected systems of power and privilege.

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Published

2023-12-30