Intersectional Class Struggle (Kobo eBook)

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  • Intersection theory was developed by Black feminists in the late 1980s as a way to try to understand multiple forms of oppression simultaneously. The traditional "big three" were race, sex and class. However, over the years ans various forms of identity-based political approaches grew in popularity, class became the forgotten stepchild.
  • This work provides a missing piece of today's interstectional theory with a more robust understanding of how class operates, and how movements need strong intersectional class analysis if we’re to be successful in building for collective liberation.
  • This work is a primer for any labor studies or working-class studies class, and a compendium or textbook for any course that needs to present the theory, the history, and an current international perspective for working class struggle.
  • Provides a basis for movement activists and participants to build more robust and inclusive.
Product Details
ISBN-13: 9781849354134
Publisher: AK Press
Publication Date: June 14th, 2021