Intersectionality Reality


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These online Google slides include two 15-minute activities and facilitation guides for each activity. You can do one activity at a time or do them both consecutively in the same session.

Reference: Kimberlé Crenshaw, Pioneer and originator of the term “Intersectionality”

Activity 1 – Intersectiowha?

  • Objective: Understand the origin and definition of Intersectionality
  • Useful for: Level setting on a popular term

Activity 2 – Shaping Up

  • Objective: Share important identities with your teammates
  • Useful for: Seeing people’s layers

Culture Bites donates 20% of all revenue from our Antiracism Series to support businesses and non-profits led by Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). We are currently supporting Nurturing Roots Farm in Seattle.

After purchase, you will receive an email with the slides within 24 hours (and often more quickly)

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