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Intersectionality in focus: how can feminism be more inclusive?

The theory of intersectionality is not a new one, first being coined in 1989 by civil rights activist, Kimberlé Crenshaw. However, it is one that many feminists are increasingly coming back to, because of its prevalence in today’s society. The theory of intersectionality deals with questions of how a person’s different identities can combine and […]

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The Student in conversation with Rianna Walcott

Rianna Walcott is an alumnus of the University of Edinburgh currently pursuing her PhD at King’s College London on the formation of black identity within digital spaces. She is an associate editor of an anthology that explores BAME mental health in the UK, The Colour of Madness. Dhruti Chakravarthi, The Student’s Outreach Officer, had the […]