Discover more about intersectionality by taking a look at the following resources.
- On Intersectionality - Kimberlé Crenshaw
- We Should All Be Feminists - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
- Sister Outsider - Audrey Lorde
- Feminism is for Everybody - bell hooks
- Unapologetic: a Black, queer, and feminist mandate for radical movements - Charlene Carruthers
- The Concept of Intersectionality - Patricia Hill Collins, Sirma Bilge
- This bridge called my back: writings by radical women of color - edited by Cherríe Moraga, Gloria Anzaldú
- Black Women's Liberatory Pedagogies - Olivia N. Perlow, Durene I. Wheeler,Sharon L. Bethea, BarBara M. Scott
- Black Female Leaders in Education, Role, Reflections, and Experiences in Encyclopedia of Teacher Education Chapter - Judith Bruce-Golding
- What is intersectionality?
- Kids Explain Intersectionality
- What is Intersectionality and Why is it Important?
- Intersectionality 101
- Kimberlé Crenshaw: What is Intersectionality?
- What Is Intersectionality? | Queer 101 | The Advocate
- I Am Not Your Negro - narrated entirely in the words of James Baldwin, through both personal appearances and the text of his final unfinished book project, this film touches on the lives and assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr and Medgar Evers. The film brings powerful clarity to how the images and reality of black lives in America today are fabricated and enforced.