Intersectionality, a term pioneered by Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989, articulates the process by which systemic oppressions, such as racism, sexism or homophobia, interconnect with one another.
Being an Intersectional person means that you face multiple forms of discriminations, these groups of people whether its Women of Colour, Disabled PoC or LGBTQ+ Non binary people, are the least represented in the Creative Industry.
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Design a unique Intersectional profile for others to find you and your creative work, propel your career.
Find future collaborators, employees and mentors, using our unique Intersectional directory.
Visit the Highlighter blog, a space for educating, venting and discussing Intersectional life.