Intersectionality in the Workplace: Creating Justice, Not Diversity

Intersectionality in the Workplace: Creating Justice, Not Diversity

Intersectionality has become a buzzword in recent years. Depending on who you ask, intersectionality is either: A scholarly theory An advanced level of wokeness Black women Anyone who is ‘multiply marginalized’ A critique of white feminists and white feminism These multiple and conflicting definitions have also been used as prescriptions for corporate diversity and inclusion…

Leadership for Social Justice: Practicing Intersectional Feminism

Leadership for Social Justice: Practicing Intersectional Feminism

Leadership is a dirty word. In 2020, we saw the ways leadership contributed to a deeply divided world. The 45th President of the United States, whose time in office was memorably characterized by Muslim-bans, border detention centers, and promises of ‘the wall’, empowered white extremists and exacerbated public anger over persistent racial injustice. Across the…