Today we explore why, if we are sincerely invested in dismantling oppression and building Beloved Community, it is critical to understand intersections of injustice. We cannot adequately address sexism or ableism or racism or homophobia if we do not address the ways that these oppressions affect and intersect with one another. As Audre Lorde—Black feminist lesbian poet, writer, and activist—said in a 1982 speech, “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.”
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