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What is Intersectionality?

The term Intersectionality first appeared in a groundbreaking essay by Kimberle' Crenshaw in 1989, which drew attention to the fact that discrimination often affects people in multiple ways simultaneously. A person may experience discrimination based upon their race as well as a physical or mental disability, and if institutions are not prepared to recognize and address this complexity, then protections and support services might be incomplete, or invalidated for many individuals.



Pew Research Center: Who Shares Your Views on Race

Who Shares Your Views on Race?

Answer 11 sample questions from a Survey conducted by the Pew Research Center and see how your views on race and race relations in the United States stack up against the rest of the country:

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