The Black Feminist Who Argued for Intersectionality Before the Term Existed
In the late 1800's, scholar Anna Julia Cooper was already calling attention to the fact that Black women face a unique set of struggles due to overlapping racism and sexism.
Florynce Kennedy Is an Intersectional Feminist Hero Worth Honoring During Black History Month
As an advocate for women and people of color, Florynce Kennedy fought for the rights of marginalized communities and empowered underprivileged Americans.
What the Failures of a Feminist Bookstore Can Teach Us About Intersectionality
Brooklyn's now defunct Troll Hole was a zine and sex shop located in the corner of a busy laundromat. But it rarely attracted the women washing their clothes on the other side of its glittery, purple curtain.