• Intersectional Thinking In Action: drupa

    How intersectional thinking delivered more innovative content and workshops at drupa.

    published: 05 Jan 2017
  • Intersectional Feminism: What is it? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

    If you have wondered why there are so many millennials on campus telling people to check their privilege, demanding trigger warnings, calling people out for micro aggressions, and retreating to safe spaces, the Factual Feminist has the answer: Intersectional feminism. Subscribe to AEI's YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/1RpRv9y Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AEIonline Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AEI For more Information https://goo.gl/ChiQYD Third-party photos, graphics, and video clips in this video may have been cropped or reframed. Music in this video may have been recut from its original arrangement and timing. In the event this video uses Creative Commons assets: If not noted in the description, titles for Creative Commons assets used in this video can be...

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • MetaTalks - Lindsay Clarke: Intersectional Thinking

    www.metamorphic.org.au

    published: 29 Jan 2016
  • The urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw

    Now more than ever, it's important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias -- and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term "intersectionality" to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you're standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you're likely to get hit by both. In this moving talk, she calls on us to bear witness to this reality and speak up for victims of prejudice. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and tran...

    published: 07 Dec 2016
  • Intersectionality, individuality and the hero: a discussion with Jonathan Pageau

    I woke up at about five thirty this morning to a flood of ideas dealing with the emergence of what has been called "intersectionality" in the postmodern/identity politics world. Intersectionality is a movement based on the observation that the standard identity groups (race and gender, for example) don't sufficiently capture the variability in oppression that characterizes those who fit into both categories simultaneously (say, black woman). I realized that the intersection of six or more categories of variation (depending on the degree of differentiation) would produce "groups" of only one individual. In that manner, the idea of the individual is necessarily making its comeback in the ideologies of collectivism that characterize so much modern thinking. It's an inversion, an indication of...

    published: 14 Nov 2017
  • Intersectionality | Nicole Ong | TEDxYouth@GMIS

    In her talk, Nicole has shed light on the ever-ambiguous word called Intersectionality, and how it pertains to us all. Deriving from her personal beliefs and values, she talks about the existence of many different women like her spanning the four oceans, illustrating the variety of people that have been marginalised by the idea of an ideal woman. "For a small girl with an averaged sized brain and no talent to be able to live this long is quite an achievement so get me dem recognition" A strong pursuing equality advocator in the body of a 5ft female student. Since a young age, I have been strongly exposed to many different cultures of many varying individuals so I got to see a lot of people's opinions in matters such as discrimination against race or gender etc. It irks me that even t...

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Is Intersectional Feminism a Religion? (Ft. Dr. Peter Boghossian)

    Get 20% off with the promo code Timcast at http://VirtualShield.com/Timcast This video contains a paid promotion spot for Virtual Shield in the beginning of the podcast. Subverse Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLMSv1UJp9sfoHyo-9s6sdw Dr. Peter Boghossian on Twitter - https://twitter.com/peterboghossian Today I met with Dr. Peter Boghossian to discuss whether or not intersectional Feminism is a religion, an Idea he and his panelists discussed at Portland State University. Make sure to subscribe for more travel, news, opinion, and documentary with Tim Pool everyday. Amazon Prime 30 day free trial - http://amzn.to/2sgiDqR MY GEAR GoPro Karma - http://amzn.to/2qw10m4 GoPro 6 - http://amzn.to/2CEK0z1 DJI Mavic Drone - http://amzn.to/2lX9qgT Zagg 12 AMP portable battery - ht...

    published: 20 Feb 2018
  • We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | TEDxEuston

    Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB http://www.tedxeuston.com Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie a renowned Nigerian novelist was born in Nigeria in 1977. She grew up in the university town of Nsukka, Enugu State where she attended primary and secondary schools, and briefly studied Medicine and Pharmacy. She then moved to the United States to attend college, graduating summa cum laude from Eastern Connecticut State University with a major in Communication and a minor in Political Science. She holds a Masters degree in Creative Writing from Johns Hopkins and a Masters degree in African Studies from Yale University. She was a 2005-2006 Hodder Fellow at Princeton, where she taught introductory fiction. Chimamanda is the author of Half of a Yellow Sun, which won the ...

    published: 12 Apr 2013
  • Intersectional End Times - MGTOW

    In this video I lay out my prediction for the future of false accusations in what I refer to as the Intersectional End Times. This is an addendum to Feminist Epistemology Part 2: Postmodernism. Patreon https://www.patreon.com/groundwork_for_the_metaphysics_of_MGTOW Paypal https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=X9DGYCVLDYAF4 Script http://www.gftmom.com/portfolio-item/intersectional-end-times/ Hey Everybody, Marcus here. Two years ago, in my video entitled Feminist Epistemology Part 2: Postmodernism, I put forward an exegetical account pertaining to the formation of intersectional feminism and offered exposition as to the logical consequences that are necessarily entailed within. The conclusion of that video described how, due to the metaphysical commitme...

    published: 28 Dec 2017
  • PFV Interview with Stephanie Shields: Altering Psychology's Course & Intersectionality

    Stephanie Shields talks about intersectionality, her relationship to Women's Studies and change in Psychology. This is an excerpt from one of the many oral history interviews available at www.feministvoices.com For the full transcript of this interview see http://www.feministvoices.com/stephanie-shields/

    published: 17 Jan 2013
  • StratEGIC Toolkit: Researcher Perspective, Mary Armstrong on ADVANCing Intersectionality

    Mary Armstrong describes her collaborative research (with Jasna Jovanovic) on how ADVANCE projects have incorporated intersectionality into their programming.

    published: 26 Apr 2016
  • How to think constellationally | Alex C. Lange | TEDxMSU

    In our rapidly expanding global consciousness, Alex explores how we can connect and contribute positively to our world and our societies by understanding how multiple issues are interconnected -- while keeping our minds and hearts open to one another. Alex has been an educator and speaker regarding diversity, justice, equity, and inclusion for the better part of a decade, and is passionate about community-based advocacy. They believe fiercely in the power of intersectional movements and works to promote positive social change and mutual learning and understanding on university campuses. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • Intersectional Perspective - Sunera Thobani

    Sunera Thobani

    published: 12 Nov 2008
  • Is Intersectionality a Religion?

    Dr. Peter Boghossian, Dr. James Lindsay, and Helen Pluckrose discuss Intersectionality, and whether or not it has taken on characteristics of religions. Filmed 2/19/2018 at Portland State University.

    published: 03 Mar 2018
  • Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Yamashita

    "What She Remembers: Remaking and Unmaking Japanese American Internment," Wendi Yamashita, Asian American Studies, UCLA. This presentation was part of the Plenary Session("Intersectionality Acts from the Margin") at CSW's Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference on February 5, 2010. Thinking Gender is an annual public conference highlighting graduate student research on women, sexuality, and gender across all disciplines and historical periods. The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) is an internationally recognized center for research on women, gender, and sexuality, and the first organized research unit of its kind in the University of California system. The Plenary Session of the 2010 Thinkıng Gender Conference was cosponsored by The American Indian Studies Center, The As...

    published: 27 Apr 2010
  • Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Thomas

    "'If I Wanna Act Freaky Then That's My Business': Lil Kim and the Politics of Performing Public Sexuality for a Black Woman Rapper," Jocelyn Thomas, Women's Studies, UCLA. This presentation was part of the Plenary Session("Intersectionality Acts from the Margin") at CSW's Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference on February 5, 2010. Thinking Gender is an annual public conference highlighting graduate student research on women, sexuality, and gender across all disciplines and historical periods. The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) is an internationally recognized center for research on women, gender, and sexuality, and the first organized research unit of its kind in the University of California system. The Plenary Session of the 2010 Thinkıng Gender Conference was cospon...

    published: 27 Apr 2010
  • What are you thinking about? Mildred Boveda, Ed.D.

    Find out what "intersectional competence" means and why this is important. Watch Assistant Professor, Mildred Boveda explain that educators need to understand diversity and how students, families and colleagues have unique sociocultural markers. Moreover, teachers need to know how to identify these markers and learn who in the community they can reach out to in order to get some more insight and assistance.

    published: 20 Mar 2018
  • Challenges and potential of intersectional analysis in the context of HIV

    Prof. Lesley Doyal Emeritus Professor of Health and Social Care School for Policy Studies, University of Bristiol, UK

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia on intersectional feminism and safe spaces | VIEWPOINT

    Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia examine the origins of intersectional feminism and "safe spaces", and discuss Paglia's own interpretations of feminism—what she labeled over the years as "amazon feminism", "drag queen feminism", and "street smart feminism." This is part three of a nine part series featuring Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia. The other videos in the series can be found here: Part 1 – The state of contemporary feminism: https://goo.gl/nRJ0ss Part 2 – The fight for student liberties: https://goo.gl/dS1QKF Part 3 – Intersectional feminism and safe spaces: https://goo.gl/cmbj8g Part 4 – Based Mom and Based Goddess on #Gamergate: https://goo.gl/ZFfuzh Part 5 – Trigger warnings and the danger of overprotecting students: https://goo.gl/WE29Yc Part 6 – The “...

    published: 21 Jun 2016
  • Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Robertson

    "Un-Settling Questions: The Construction of Urban Native Identity and Violence Against Native Women," Kimberly Robertson (Muscogee), Womens Studies, UCLA. This presentation was part of the Plenary Session("Intersectionality Acts from the Margin") at CSW's Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference on February 5, 2010. Thinking Gender is an annual public conference highlighting graduate student research on women, sexuality, and gender across all disciplines and historical periods. The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) is an internationally recognized center for research on women, gender, and sexuality, and the first organized research unit of its kind in the University of California system. The Plenary Session of the 2010 Thinkıng Gender Conference was cosponsored by The Amer...

    published: 27 Apr 2010
  • Kimberlé Crenshaw, "Race, Gender, Inequality and Intersectionality"

    "Race Today: A Symposium on Race in America" brought a group of the nation’s most respected intellectuals on race, racial theory and racial inequality together to consider the troubling state of black life in America today. What are the broader structural factors that shape race today? How do these factors work on the ground and institutionally and what are the consequences? What are the ideas about race, and racial identities that enable the normalcy of stark racial differences today? In particular, what role do key ideas such as “colorblindness” and “post race” play in shaping perception and outcomes? What can be done to challenge ideological and structural impediments to a racially egalitarian society? Kimberlé Crenshaw is a Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law. Crensha...

    published: 02 Jul 2015
  • Douglas Murray on Trump, Intersectionality, and Political Adversaries (Pt. 1)

    Douglas Murray (Author & Journalist) joins Dave Rubin to discuss his reasons for getting into the world of politics, Donald Trump, focusing on big picture issues and ideas, being gay and freethinking, issues with intersectionality, the problem with Linda Sarsour, and more. ***Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RubinReport Get book ‘The Strange Death of Europe’ - http://amzn.to/2rRbv3M *NEW: Official Rubin Report Merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/therubinreport Stay tuned for Part 2 of Dave's interview with Douglas Murray coming tomorrow and the full interview airing Friday 9/22. WATCH - "The Left is No Longer Liberal": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq86Beh3T70 ****** The Rubin Report is fan funded: http://www.rubinreport.com/donate SUPPORT MONTHL...

    published: 20 Sep 2017
  • Expressive Electronics: Broadening STEM Participation Through Intersectional Identity Exploration

    Recorded on Friday, February 9, 2018. Informatics Seminar Series presents Patricia Garcia, Assistant Professor, School of Information, University of Michigan. Sponsored by Masters of Human-Computer Interaction and Design (MHCID). Title: "Expressive Electronics: Broadening STEM Participation Through Intersectional Identity Exploration" Abstract: The continual underrepresentation of women of color in computing necessitates innovative strategies for diversifying entry points to computing knowledge. Drawing on results from a pilot study implemented in public libraries across three states, this talk will highlight a collaborative project aimed at promoting computational thinking skills among girls of color through the use of intersectional identity exploration and creative circuitry. Bio...

    published: 15 Feb 2018
  • Stephen Fry on Mental Health and Intersectionality, QI and Gender

    [CULTURE] CU-TV's Rose Lander sits down with actor, comedian and President of Mind, Stephen Fry, to discuss the intersections of Mental Health and what more can be done to destigmatise and improve awareness, as well as QI and the gender imbalance on panel shows. Featuring: Stephen Fry. Presenter: Rose Lander. Camera: Andrew Gwynne and Sarah Wilson. Editor: Rose Lander.

    published: 26 Apr 2017
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Intersectional Thinking In Action: drupa
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Intersectional Thinking In Action: drupa

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How intersectional thinking delivered more innovative content and workshops at drupa.
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Intersectional Feminism: What is it? | FACTUAL FEMINIST
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Intersectional Feminism: What is it? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

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If you have wondered why there are so many millennials on campus telling people to check their privilege, demanding trigger warnings, calling people out for micro aggressions, and retreating to safe spaces, the Factual Feminist has the answer: Intersectional feminism. Subscribe to AEI's YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/1RpRv9y Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AEIonline Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AEI For more Information https://goo.gl/ChiQYD Third-party photos, graphics, and video clips in this video may have been cropped or reframed. Music in this video may have been recut from its original arrangement and timing. In the event this video uses Creative Commons assets: If not noted in the description, titles for Creative Commons assets used in this video can be found at the link provided after each asset. The use of third-party photos, graphics, video clips, and/or music in this video does not constitute an endorsement from the artists and producers licensing those materials. #feminism #feminist #politics #news #millennials #safespace #campus © American Enterprise Institute Partial transcript Intersectional feminism. It’s all the rage on campus and on social media, but what is it? And is its new popularity a welcome development? Coming up next on the Factual Feminist. Suddenly intersectionality is on the boards. News stories are turning up everywhere. Intersectional theory was first developed in the 1970s and 1980s by a group of African American feminist scholars and activists. They accused the women’s movement of neglecting black women and of misunderstanding oppression. Pathologies like and racism and sexism, they said, are not separate systems—they connect and overlap—and create a complex arrangement of advantages and burdens. White women, for example, are penalized for their gender—but privileged by their race. Black men, suffer from their race, but garner advantage from their gender. Black women—are in double-jeopardy—they are disadvantaged by both race and gender. Patricia Hill Collins, professor at the University of Maryland and former president of the American Sociological Association, is one of the chief architects of intersectionality theory. The textbook she co-authored describes the United States as a “matrix of oppression.” Beneath a veneer of freedom and opportunity, there lies a rigid system of privilege and domination. Now most Americans don’t see it, but Collins and her co-author alert students to the fact that the true nature of their society has been hidden from them. “Dominant forms of knowledge have been constructed largely from the experiences of the most powerful.” The text promises to introduce students to deeper “subordinated truths” by avoiding what it calls “Western” and “masculine” styles of thinking which could obscure these truths. According to the theory, those who are most oppressed have access to deeper, more authentic knowledge about life and society. In short: members of privileged groups (especially white males) should not only check their privilege, but listen to those they have oppressed—because those groups possess a superior understanding of the world. Initially, the primary focus of intersectional feminism was on black women. But the number of victims quickly multiplied. This graphic from a popular Women’s Studies textbook includes 14 or 15 marginalized identities. The Factual Feminist is concerned. Now there are social scientists who use a sensible, non-politicized version of intersectionality to understand complex social identities—I have no quarrel with them. But what concerns me is how intersectional feminism is taught and practiced on the college campus. I have many objections—I will limit myself to three.   Problem 1: It’s a Conspiracy theory: If intersectionality theory were merely a reminder to be sensitive to different kinds of social advantages and disadvantages, that would be fine. But it is much more than that. It is an all-encompassing theory of human reality-- constructed to be immune to criticism. If you question it, that only proves you don’t understand it—or are just part of the problem it seeks to correct. That is why articles by skeptics almost never appear in textbooks like these. And certain groups—men, for example—are sinners who are marked with a capital P. If they dare to question the theory they will be told to check their privilege. Their job is to atone for their unearned advantages and learn from those they have oppressed. Some men are really taking this to heart. Consider this tweet: @arthur_affect--As a dude who cares about feminism sometimes I want to join all men arm-in-arm & then run off a cliff and drag the whole gender into the sea Intersectional Feminism: What is it? Photo credits: Reuters Festival Latinidades #aei #news #politics #government #education #feminism #feminist #politics
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MetaTalks - Lindsay Clarke: Intersectional Thinking
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MetaTalks - Lindsay Clarke: Intersectional Thinking

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The urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw
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The urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw

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Now more than ever, it's important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias -- and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term "intersectionality" to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you're standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you're likely to get hit by both. In this moving talk, she calls on us to bear witness to this reality and speak up for victims of prejudice. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Intersectionality, individuality and the hero: a discussion with Jonathan Pageau
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Intersectionality, individuality and the hero: a discussion with Jonathan Pageau

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I woke up at about five thirty this morning to a flood of ideas dealing with the emergence of what has been called "intersectionality" in the postmodern/identity politics world. Intersectionality is a movement based on the observation that the standard identity groups (race and gender, for example) don't sufficiently capture the variability in oppression that characterizes those who fit into both categories simultaneously (say, black woman). I realized that the intersection of six or more categories of variation (depending on the degree of differentiation) would produce "groups" of only one individual. In that manner, the idea of the individual is necessarily making its comeback in the ideologies of collectivism that characterize so much modern thinking. It's an inversion, an indication of our upside down world. Many more ideas came along with that one, some associated with the idea of categorization and the ideal (in a religious and symbolic sense). I decided to contact Jonathan Pageau, who is the embodied intersection of French Canadian, artist, orthodox icon carver, male, expert on postmodernism, and bearded, as I couldn't easily think of anyone else to talk to about such things. I didn't edit it at all.... Relevant links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jordanbpeterson Self Authoring: http://selfauthoring.com/ Understand Myself: http://understandmyself.com/ Jordan Peterson Website: http://jordanbpeterson.com/ Podcast: http://jordanbpeterson.com/jordan-b-p... Reading List: https://jordanbpeterson.com/2017/10/great-books/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson
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Intersectionality | Nicole Ong | TEDxYouth@GMIS
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Intersectionality | Nicole Ong | TEDxYouth@GMIS

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In her talk, Nicole has shed light on the ever-ambiguous word called Intersectionality, and how it pertains to us all. Deriving from her personal beliefs and values, she talks about the existence of many different women like her spanning the four oceans, illustrating the variety of people that have been marginalised by the idea of an ideal woman. "For a small girl with an averaged sized brain and no talent to be able to live this long is quite an achievement so get me dem recognition" A strong pursuing equality advocator in the body of a 5ft female student. Since a young age, I have been strongly exposed to many different cultures of many varying individuals so I got to see a lot of people's opinions in matters such as discrimination against race or gender etc. It irks me that even the simple concept of tolerance is still not adopted in the minds of many people. I yearn to be one of the people to be able to help others understand the importance of equality and to break the stereotypical norm of what it truly means. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Is Intersectional Feminism a Religion? (Ft. Dr. Peter Boghossian)
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Is Intersectional Feminism a Religion? (Ft. Dr. Peter Boghossian)

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Get 20% off with the promo code Timcast at http://VirtualShield.com/Timcast This video contains a paid promotion spot for Virtual Shield in the beginning of the podcast. Subverse Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLMSv1UJp9sfoHyo-9s6sdw Dr. Peter Boghossian on Twitter - https://twitter.com/peterboghossian Today I met with Dr. Peter Boghossian to discuss whether or not intersectional Feminism is a religion, an Idea he and his panelists discussed at Portland State University. Make sure to subscribe for more travel, news, opinion, and documentary with Tim Pool everyday. Amazon Prime 30 day free trial - http://amzn.to/2sgiDqR MY GEAR GoPro Karma - http://amzn.to/2qw10m4 GoPro 6 - http://amzn.to/2CEK0z1 DJI Mavic Drone - http://amzn.to/2lX9qgT Zagg 12 AMP portable battery - http://amzn.to/2lXB6Sx TASCAM Lavalier mic - http://amzn.to/2AwoIhI Canon HD XF 105 Camera - http://amzn.to/2m6v1o3 Canon 5D MK III Camera - http://amzn.to/2CvFnnm 360 Camera (VR) - http://amzn.to/2AxKu4R FOLLOW ME Instagram - http://instagram.com/Timcast Twitter - http://twitter.com/Timcast Minds - http://Minds.com/Timcast Facebook - http://facebook.com/Timcastnews Bitcoin Wallet: 13ha54MW2hYUS3q1jJhFyWdpNfdfMWtmhZ SEND STUFF HERE Tim Pool 330 Washington Street - PMB 517 Hoboken, NJ 07030
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We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | TEDxEuston
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We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | TEDxEuston

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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB http://www.tedxeuston.com Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie a renowned Nigerian novelist was born in Nigeria in 1977. She grew up in the university town of Nsukka, Enugu State where she attended primary and secondary schools, and briefly studied Medicine and Pharmacy. She then moved to the United States to attend college, graduating summa cum laude from Eastern Connecticut State University with a major in Communication and a minor in Political Science. She holds a Masters degree in Creative Writing from Johns Hopkins and a Masters degree in African Studies from Yale University. She was a 2005-2006 Hodder Fellow at Princeton, where she taught introductory fiction. Chimamanda is the author of Half of a Yellow Sun, which won the 2007 Orange Prize For Fiction; and Purple Hibiscus, which won the 2005 Best First Book Commonwealth Writers' Prize and the 2004 Debut Fiction Hurston/Wright Legacy Award. In 2009, her collection of short stories, The Thing around Your Neck was published. She was named one of the twenty most important fiction writers today under 40 years old by The New Yorker and was recently the guest speaker at the 2012 annual commonwealth lecture. She featured in the April 2012 edition of Time Magazine, celebrated as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. She currently divides her time between the United States and Nigeria. Intro and Outro music by Kadialy Kouyate performed at TEDxEuston 2011. You can view the full performance here: http://youtu.be/KUfD5WGL3hw. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
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Intersectional End Times - MGTOW
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Intersectional End Times - MGTOW

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In this video I lay out my prediction for the future of false accusations in what I refer to as the Intersectional End Times. This is an addendum to Feminist Epistemology Part 2: Postmodernism. Patreon https://www.patreon.com/groundwork_for_the_metaphysics_of_MGTOW Paypal https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=X9DGYCVLDYAF4 Script http://www.gftmom.com/portfolio-item/intersectional-end-times/ Hey Everybody, Marcus here. Two years ago, in my video entitled Feminist Epistemology Part 2: Postmodernism, I put forward an exegetical account pertaining to the formation of intersectional feminism and offered exposition as to the logical consequences that are necessarily entailed within. The conclusion of that video described how, due to the metaphysical commitments of postmodernism, a near infinite number of categories can be created on which people can be grouped. For example, a straight white male is a concept derived from three categories; namely, gender, sexual orientation, and race. However, we can continue to bolt on additional categories such as immigration status, parental status, marriage status, economic status and so on. If we were to combine all these categories we can end up with a grouping such as: gay black single divorced immigrant poor woman who is a mother. As we can see, the more categories we add to the list the smaller the number of people will belong to that specific group. The logical extreme of this is that each human being eventually ends up in a group exclusively composed of themselves as the list of categories used to describe the group is so extensive, no one else alive will fit that mold. This, I argued was the natural consequence of postmodernist feminist thinking. Furthermore, I argued that intersectional feminism allows for circular oppression. Namely, that a gay white male, under intersectional feminism, is oppressive to a straight black male on account of race, but the straight black male is oppressive to the gay white male on account of sexual orientation. As a consequence of this solipsistic end point in grouping and the circularity of oppression, the interest groups that form will begin to turn on each other. Finally, these groups will destroy each other. In this video, I would like to describe a theory I am developing that I refer to as the Intersectional End Times. The Intersectional End Times, in simple terms, can be described as a singularity at which point the logical consequences of intersectional feminism have been fully internalized within the psyche of the mainstream of the victim class. Now, the victim class, as I would describe it for the purposes of this video, is anyone who willfully perceives themselves as a victim under any current categorization of victimhood as presented by the progressive stack. So, a gay man, who willfully sees himself as a victim due to his homosexuality, regardless of whether or not he has at any point been discriminated against would be part of this victim class. However, a gay man, who willfully seeks explanations as to his plight anywhere but the conclusion of oppression, would not be part of the victim class. The difference between the two is in how each account for why their life is how it is and their perception of their own power to control the outcomes in their lives. The first gay man sees himself externally limited in an unjust manner whereas the other sees himself externally limited in just ways but unlimited to pursue his goals based on the freedom of his will. Now, the defining characteristic of the Intersectional End Times will be the shift of the mainstream victim class from seeing themselves as victims in light of one quality about themselves to universal unqualified victimhood. But perhaps I need to elaborate on this. Under intersectional feminism, the gay man is oppressed by the straight man. However, the gay man is not oppressed by the gay man. Namely, his own group of “Gay Men” is not self-referentially oppressive; at least not logically. However, the gay man, having further added categories to define the group he belongs to, will find himself in a group of one. As a consequence, he will no longer feel he belongs to the group called “Gay Men”; he will belong to a group unique to himself. Now, even though the victim class gay man has extradited himself from the group called “Gay Men”, he will continue to see all other gay men as belonging to the group called “Gay Men.” In this way, the group called “Gay Men” will become, in a practical, but not logical sense, self-referentially oppressive. This in turn will occur with all other existing groups that the victim class of people currently feel they belong to. But what does this mean in practice? Let us take a concrete example.
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PFV Interview with Stephanie Shields: Altering Psychology's Course & Intersectionality
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PFV Interview with Stephanie Shields: Altering Psychology's Course & Intersectionality

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Stephanie Shields talks about intersectionality, her relationship to Women's Studies and change in Psychology. This is an excerpt from one of the many oral history interviews available at www.feministvoices.com For the full transcript of this interview see http://www.feministvoices.com/stephanie-shields/
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StratEGIC Toolkit:  Researcher Perspective, Mary Armstrong on ADVANCing Intersectionality
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StratEGIC Toolkit: Researcher Perspective, Mary Armstrong on ADVANCing Intersectionality

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Mary Armstrong describes her collaborative research (with Jasna Jovanovic) on how ADVANCE projects have incorporated intersectionality into their programming.
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How to think constellationally | Alex C. Lange | TEDxMSU
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How to think constellationally | Alex C. Lange | TEDxMSU

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In our rapidly expanding global consciousness, Alex explores how we can connect and contribute positively to our world and our societies by understanding how multiple issues are interconnected -- while keeping our minds and hearts open to one another. Alex has been an educator and speaker regarding diversity, justice, equity, and inclusion for the better part of a decade, and is passionate about community-based advocacy. They believe fiercely in the power of intersectional movements and works to promote positive social change and mutual learning and understanding on university campuses. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Intersectional Perspective - Sunera Thobani
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Intersectional Perspective - Sunera Thobani

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Is Intersectionality a Religion?
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Is Intersectionality a Religion?

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Dr. Peter Boghossian, Dr. James Lindsay, and Helen Pluckrose discuss Intersectionality, and whether or not it has taken on characteristics of religions. Filmed 2/19/2018 at Portland State University.
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Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Yamashita
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Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Yamashita

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"What She Remembers: Remaking and Unmaking Japanese American Internment," Wendi Yamashita, Asian American Studies, UCLA. This presentation was part of the Plenary Session("Intersectionality Acts from the Margin") at CSW's Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference on February 5, 2010. Thinking Gender is an annual public conference highlighting graduate student research on women, sexuality, and gender across all disciplines and historical periods. The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) is an internationally recognized center for research on women, gender, and sexuality, and the first organized research unit of its kind in the University of California system. The Plenary Session of the 2010 Thinkıng Gender Conference was cosponsored by The American Indian Studies Center, The Asian American Studies Center, The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies, and The Chicano Studies Research Center, and marks the 40th anniversary of UCLA's ethnic studies centers. http://www.csw.ucla.edu
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Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Thomas
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Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Thomas

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"'If I Wanna Act Freaky Then That's My Business': Lil Kim and the Politics of Performing Public Sexuality for a Black Woman Rapper," Jocelyn Thomas, Women's Studies, UCLA. This presentation was part of the Plenary Session("Intersectionality Acts from the Margin") at CSW's Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference on February 5, 2010. Thinking Gender is an annual public conference highlighting graduate student research on women, sexuality, and gender across all disciplines and historical periods. The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) is an internationally recognized center for research on women, gender, and sexuality, and the first organized research unit of its kind in the University of California system. The Plenary Session of the 2010 Thinkıng Gender Conference was cosponsored by The American Indian Studies Center, The Asian American Studies Center, The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies, and The Chicano Studies Research Center, and marks the 40th anniversary of UCLA's ethnic studies centers. http://www.csw.ucla.edu
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What are you thinking about? Mildred Boveda, Ed.D.
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What are you thinking about? Mildred Boveda, Ed.D.

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Find out what "intersectional competence" means and why this is important. Watch Assistant Professor, Mildred Boveda explain that educators need to understand diversity and how students, families and colleagues have unique sociocultural markers. Moreover, teachers need to know how to identify these markers and learn who in the community they can reach out to in order to get some more insight and assistance.
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Challenges and potential of intersectional analysis in the context of HIV
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Challenges and potential of intersectional analysis in the context of HIV

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Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia on intersectional feminism and safe spaces | VIEWPOINT
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Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia on intersectional feminism and safe spaces | VIEWPOINT

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Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia examine the origins of intersectional feminism and "safe spaces", and discuss Paglia's own interpretations of feminism—what she labeled over the years as "amazon feminism", "drag queen feminism", and "street smart feminism." This is part three of a nine part series featuring Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia. The other videos in the series can be found here: Part 1 – The state of contemporary feminism: https://goo.gl/nRJ0ss Part 2 – The fight for student liberties: https://goo.gl/dS1QKF Part 3 – Intersectional feminism and safe spaces: https://goo.gl/cmbj8g Part 4 – Based Mom and Based Goddess on #Gamergate: https://goo.gl/ZFfuzh Part 5 – Trigger warnings and the danger of overprotecting students: https://goo.gl/WE29Yc Part 6 – The “male gaze”: https://goo.gl/hRWfhi Part 7 – Fixing a broken university curriculum: https://goo.gl/pWmpwh Part 8 – The absence of biology in gender studies: https://goo.gl/QrZQEU Part 9 – The danger of looking at history through a contemporary political lens: https://goo.gl/D82LYB Subscribe to AEI's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/AEIVideos?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AEIonline Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AEI For more information http://www.aei.org #feminism #feminist #politics #news #safespace #interview
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Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Robertson
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Thinking Gender 2010: Plenary Session: Intersectionality Acts from the Margin, Robertson

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"Un-Settling Questions: The Construction of Urban Native Identity and Violence Against Native Women," Kimberly Robertson (Muscogee), Womens Studies, UCLA. This presentation was part of the Plenary Session("Intersectionality Acts from the Margin") at CSW's Thinking Gender Graduate Student Research Conference on February 5, 2010. Thinking Gender is an annual public conference highlighting graduate student research on women, sexuality, and gender across all disciplines and historical periods. The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) is an internationally recognized center for research on women, gender, and sexuality, and the first organized research unit of its kind in the University of California system. The Plenary Session of the 2010 Thinkıng Gender Conference was cosponsored by The American Indian Studies Center, The Asian American Studies Center, The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies, and The Chicano Studies Research Center, and marks the 40th anniversary of UCLA's ethnic studies centers. http://www.csw.ucla.edu
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Kimberlé Crenshaw, "Race, Gender, Inequality and Intersectionality"
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Kimberlé Crenshaw, "Race, Gender, Inequality and Intersectionality"

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"Race Today: A Symposium on Race in America" brought a group of the nation’s most respected intellectuals on race, racial theory and racial inequality together to consider the troubling state of black life in America today. What are the broader structural factors that shape race today? How do these factors work on the ground and institutionally and what are the consequences? What are the ideas about race, and racial identities that enable the normalcy of stark racial differences today? In particular, what role do key ideas such as “colorblindness” and “post race” play in shaping perception and outcomes? What can be done to challenge ideological and structural impediments to a racially egalitarian society? Kimberlé Crenshaw is a Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law. Crenshaw teaches Civil Rights and other courses in critical race studies and constitutional law. Her primary scholarly interests center around race and the law, and she was a founder and has been a leader in the intellectual movement called Critical Race Theory. She now splits her time each year between UCLA and the Columbia School of Law. Crenshaw's publications include Critical Race Theory (edited by Crenshaw, et al., 1995) and Words that Wound: Critical Race Theory, Assaultive Speech and the First Amendment (with Matsuda, et al., 1993). Friday, February 27, 2015 Brown University Presented by the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA) and the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice. Co-sponsored by the Office of the President and the Office of Institutional Diversity. For more information: http://www.brown.edu/academics/race-ethnicity/events/2015/02/race-today-symposium-race-america
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Douglas Murray on Trump, Intersectionality, and Political Adversaries (Pt. 1)
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Douglas Murray on Trump, Intersectionality, and Political Adversaries (Pt. 1)

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Douglas Murray (Author & Journalist) joins Dave Rubin to discuss his reasons for getting into the world of politics, Donald Trump, focusing on big picture issues and ideas, being gay and freethinking, issues with intersectionality, the problem with Linda Sarsour, and more. ***Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RubinReport Get book ‘The Strange Death of Europe’ - http://amzn.to/2rRbv3M *NEW: Official Rubin Report Merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/therubinreport Stay tuned for Part 2 of Dave's interview with Douglas Murray coming tomorrow and the full interview airing Friday 9/22. WATCH - "The Left is No Longer Liberal": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq86Beh3T70 ****** The Rubin Report is fan funded: http://www.rubinreport.com/donate SUPPORT MONTHLY (Patreon): https://www.patreon.com/rubinreport SUPPORT MONTHLY or ONE TIME (PayPal): http://www.rubinreport.com/donate What are your thoughts? Comment below or tweet to Dave: https://twitter.com/RubinReport Sign up for our newsletter with the best of Rubin Report each week: http://www.rubinreport.com/newsletter ****** Douglas Murray Author & Journalist Douglas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DouglasKMurray ****** Follow Dave on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RubinReport Follow The Rubin Report on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rubinreport Follow Dave on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daverubin About Dave Rubin: http://daverubin.tv/ ****** Care about free speech? Tired of political correctness? Like discussions about big ideas? Watch Dave Rubin on The Rubin Report. Real conversations, unfiltered rants, and one on one interviews with some of the most interesting names in news and entertainment. Comedians, authors, and influencers join Dave each week to break down the latest in politics and current events. The Rubin Report is fan-funded, find us on Patreon.
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Expressive Electronics: Broadening STEM Participation Through Intersectional Identity Exploration
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Expressive Electronics: Broadening STEM Participation Through Intersectional Identity Exploration

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Recorded on Friday, February 9, 2018. Informatics Seminar Series presents Patricia Garcia, Assistant Professor, School of Information, University of Michigan. Sponsored by Masters of Human-Computer Interaction and Design (MHCID). Title: "Expressive Electronics: Broadening STEM Participation Through Intersectional Identity Exploration" Abstract: The continual underrepresentation of women of color in computing necessitates innovative strategies for diversifying entry points to computing knowledge. Drawing on results from a pilot study implemented in public libraries across three states, this talk will highlight a collaborative project aimed at promoting computational thinking skills among girls of color through the use of intersectional identity exploration and creative circuitry. Bio: Patricia Garcia is an Assistant Professor in the School of Information at the University of Michigan. She conducts interdisciplinary action research on race, gender, and technology with a special interest in promoting equitable and culturally responsive STEM programming for girls of color. Her current work focuses on broadening participation in computing by developing a low-resource model for teaching computational thinking skills in informal learning environments such as libraries.
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Stephen Fry on Mental Health and Intersectionality, QI and Gender
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Stephen Fry on Mental Health and Intersectionality, QI and Gender

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[CULTURE] CU-TV's Rose Lander sits down with actor, comedian and President of Mind, Stephen Fry, to discuss the intersections of Mental Health and what more can be done to destigmatise and improve awareness, as well as QI and the gender imbalance on panel shows. Featuring: Stephen Fry. Presenter: Rose Lander. Camera: Andrew Gwynne and Sarah Wilson. Editor: Rose Lander.
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