Week5Power,Privilege,AndEthnicityPart2PowerpointWGS191

Week5Power,Privilege,

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Unformatted text preview: E “When systems of race, gender, and class domina<on converge, as they do in the experiences of ba]ered women of color, interven<on strategies based solely on the experiences of women who do not share the same class or race backgrounds will be of limited help to women who because of race and class face different obstacles.” - - Crenshaw, “Mapping the Margins” (201) Key Concept: Intersec<onality EXAMPLE—IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT -   Marriage Fraud Provision -   1990 Amendment à༎ waiver in cases of domes<c violence -   Invisible barriers against immigrant women receiving the waiver -   Culture -   Gender -   Language - Intersec<onal subordina<on Key Concept: Social Construc<on of Race Ian Haney- López Professor of Law UC...
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