Kimberlé Crenshaw: The Woman at the Intersection of Intersectionality
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This week is a deep dive into how we can shed ingrained ideologies, question our identities, and form our intellectual selves. Abby is joined by UCLA and Columbia Law School professor Kimberlé Crenshaw for a lively conversation about critical race theory, the pitfalls of meritocracy, and how Kimberlé’s created the theoretical framework we call intersectionality. Having grown up in the same era, Abby and Kimberlé talk about how they internalized the same political touchstones, processed similar clues from their mothers about the importance of propping up the male ego, and how they both failed at absorbing patriarchal messaging.

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EPISODE LINKS:
Song Of The South: The Difficult Legacy Of Disney's Most Shocking Movie (The Guardian)
The African American Policy Forum
INTERSECTIONALITY MATTERS! (Podcast)
Under The Black Light (Web Series)
50 Years After Watts: The Causes of a Riot (Time Magazine)
Harvard Law School Torn by Race Issue (NY Times)
Higher Education and the Illusion of Meritocracy (Chronicle of Higher Education)
When Black Women Reclaimed Their Bodies (Slate)

Kimberlé Crenshaw on Twitter:
@SandyLocks
@AAPolicyForum

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