Kimberlé Crenshaw Instructors’ Guide: Free Resources on Intersectionality, Critical Race Theory across Disciplines

Kimberlé Crenshaw (J.D. Harvard; L.L.M. University of Wisconsin; B.A. Cornell University) is a professor of Law at Columbia University and UCLA. She is famous for creating a foundational tool or framework, called “intersectionality,” for understanding the multiple forces shaping social inequalities. This database contains discipline-specific video links and articles that will allow for you to think about how current policies, practices, and discourses from Criminal Justice to Literature can be changed and improved.

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AuthorKimberle Crenshaw
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Category/CategoriesIntersectionality