progress towards a shared understanding of the multiplicity of oppressions

Progress towards a shared understanding of the

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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. “On the 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 not change the capitalization used by other authors. See footnotes 1 and 4 in “Relating to 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.
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