Intersectionality

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John Scalzi uses video games as a metaphor to discuss privilege. 

Kronda Adair writes about anger in social justice work--not as a harmful side effect, but as the primary driver of this work. 

This personal essay describes the intersecting microaggressions experienced by the author, a black trans man working in tech, and the negative impact they have on him and other marginalized people in tech. 

Ashe Dryden's curated list of introductory and advanced-level books on intersectionality, feminism, womanism, and social justice.

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