Dozens walked out in solidarity with their Black and brown colleagues and slammed the women’s co-working space for not practicing “the intersectional feminism it preaches.”
The march's agenda isn’t controversial among progressive women, but the issue of inclusiveness, or “intersectionality,” is.
Just like the problem is intersectional, so too are the solutions to strengthen and protect our communities.
Trauma can hold activists together, but it can also hold movements back.
The Parkland students have a lot of work ahead to deliver on the vision they laid out on Saturday. Other activists have advice for how they can get it done.
The movement needs to rethink its rhetoric.
Self-described “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet” Audre Lorde shaped the Black Arts Movement with her writings on racism, sexism, homophobia, and police violence.
"There’s a lot more rage and a lot more anger in this march."
“I was Black. I was female. And I was out – out – by any construct wherever the power lay.” ― Audre Lorde Two days ago Damon
"Different things make different women vulnerable," Crenshaw, a scholar and advocate, said Friday.