Intersectionality In Sociology

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Black feminism refers to a movement of African American women who argue that sexism, racism and oppression are bound together. The way these relate to each other is called intersectionality. Intersectionality means intersectionality is a concept often used in critical theories to describe the ways in which oppressive institutions (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, classism, etc.) are interconnected and cannot be examined separately from one another.. Black feminism resembles the dalit women because even dalit woman For a Dalit woman, the struggle is three folds as she faces discrimination, based on caste, class and gender.. They believe that black women experience more oppressive behaviour than white women and therefore…show more content…
Dealing with social conditions like slavery, structural racism, poverty and a denial of education, they called attention to the needs of black women in the U.S. in their own unique ways Walker had made purple the symbol of African-american womanhookd inher novel the color purple 1982 which inaugurated a decade of majour fictionby African-american woman writere. The colou purpe is an epistolary novel, combining the letter of two black sisters from rural Georgia in the early 1900s, Nettie and Celie and also also touching on taboo themes of estrangement between black women and men bisexuality, sexual abuse and incest. Celie is the brutalized sister, raped by the man she believes is her father, forced to give up her children for adoption, and sold into the marriage in which she is beaten, exploited and deprived . Nettie the more educated sister, escapes joins the black missionary movement in African and eventually marries the widowed missionary she accompanies. Her letters describe an African villag and tribe, the
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