these resources are designed to help you understand the history of intersectionality, from the Combahee River Collective statement to Kimberlé Crenshaw’s work and beyond.
The history of intersectionality
- Combahee River Collective Statement
- Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory and Antiracist Politics. Kimberlé Crenshaw
Toolkits & explainers
- Understanding intersectionality. Victorian Government.
- Intersectionality matters: A guide to engaging immigrant and refugee communities to prevent violence against women. Queensland Government.
- Intersectionality 101. Olena Hankivsky.
- How to incorporate intersectionality into your research
- What is privilege? Everyday feminism.
- Inclusive language guide. Oxfam.
- 5 tips for building intersectionality at work. Understood.org.
- Intersectionality in the workplace
- Meeting Your Employees’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Needs in 2021
- 10 tips on putting intersectionality into practice
- COVID-19 amplifies the complexity of disability and race
- Get real about Privilege. George Lakey.
Videos & podcasts
- On Intersectionality. Kimberlé Crenshaw, keynote, WOW 2016
- The Urgency of Intersectionality. Kimberlé Crenshaw.
- Intersectionality for Beginners, WOW 2017
- Intersectionality Matters! Apple Podcasts
- On Intersectionality, Kimberlé Crenshaw
- On Inclusion, Sara Ahmed
- Women, race and class. Angela Davis
- Fighting Hislam. Susan Carland
Download this free resource for your training
This A4 PDF consists of intertwine’s privilege wheel and prompts to add the labels on the axes that create marginalisation and oppression.
Our most requested resource, the privilege wheel handout is designed for use in small group discussion as part of intersectionality training. Although it is free, we ask that you add a donation to your order if you or your organisation can afford it. intertwine pays 1% of all income to First Nations communities via the Pay the Rent Grassroots Collective.