The reading this week is Chapter 6 and Conclusions 1 & 2 in Living a Feminist Life by Sara Ahmed. Your responses to the reading are due 10pm on wednesday
there are two readings as attached below. By Sara Ahmed
NB: Reflect on the two readings in alignment with Intersectionality portrayed as understandings of social locations as central to peoples lived experiences as influenced by the interaction of categories such as gender, class, race, ethnicity, sexuality, age, disability/ability, migration status, etc. It further recognises that these interactions are situated within interconnected power structures including government, media and economics. Intersectionality, therefore theorises how forms of oppression and privilege such as patriarchy, racism, colonialism, homophobia and ableism arise. Intersectionality foregrounds the achievement of social justice through social processes, redistribution and equity.