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intersectionality: a fun guide

Mary Anne Dorward reblogged this on Footprints In Ecuador and commented:

Intersectionality is a new concept for me. My Footprints in Ecuador blog is now being read in over 75 countries. So FIE Readers, what are your thoughts and experiences around the world of Intersectionality? I'd love to hear your thoughts! Special thanks to Miriam Dobson for the original cartoon I have re-blogged here on FIE.


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