progress towards a shared understanding of the multiplicity of oppressions within the mainstream 1 Following Aída Hurtado, I will write people of Color or women of Color to refer to persons or women racialized as non-white in the U.S. “Black”and “Color”will be capitalized because they refer to a variety of specific ethnicities. “Onthe other hand, white is left in lowercase letters because it refers not to one ethnic group or to specified ethnic groups but to many.”I will notchange the capitalization used by other authors. See footnotes 1 and 4 in “Relatingto Privilege:Seduction and Rejection in the Subordination of White Women and Women of Color." Signs, vol. 14, no. 4, 1989, pp. 833-834, doi:10.1086/494546.