…. “Anti-racism involves exploring the unique ways that anti-blackness shows up in different forms in our everyday life. When trying to understand a person’s experiences, intersectionality is an important consideration. Intersectionality, a term coined by scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw, was initially defined as the unique forms of oppression that Black women face. Now, the term has become more mainstream and is conceptualized as the experiences faced by those with intersecting identities. A newer term, misogynoir, coined by Moya Bailey was developed to describe ‘the specific hatred, dislike, distrust, and prejudice directed toward Black women.’ Anti-racism education and efforts must explore misogynoir, how it manifests and how it can be mitigated.”….


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