Overview:  This unit covers the topic of intersectionality from its creation by Kimberlé Crenshaw to how an interactional analysis applies to different systems of oppression, including pay gaps, classism, homophobia, genderism, sexism, and racism.

Overview: This unit covers the topic of intersectionality from its creation by Kimberlé Crenshaw to how an interactional analysis applies to different systems of oppression, including pay gaps, classism, homophobia, genderism, sexism, and racism.

 

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Intersectionality Unit Outline

  1. Presentation Lesson: Introduction & Guided Notes
  2. Close Reading Lesson: Kimberlé Crenshaw ***FREE SAMPLE LESSON
  3. Close Reading Lesson: Defining Intersectionality
  4. Project: Intersectional Self-Portrait
  5. Close Reading Lesson: Pay Gap by Race & Gender
  6. Close Reading Lesson: "White" Trash
  7. Close Reading Lesson: Broke on Broke Crime
  8. Close Reading Lesson: How Gay Stays White
  9. Close Reading Lesson: Transgender People of Color
  10. Close Reading Lesson: Sex Trafficking and Native Women
  11. Close Reading Lesson: bell hooks and Feminism
  12. Close Reading Lesson: Alicia Garza and Blacks Lives Matter
  13. Analysis Essay: Coal Mining & Lost Jobs
  14. Assessment Lesson: Intersectionality Unit Final Test
  15. Discussion Lesson: Intersectionality Unit Closing Circle Questions

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