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What are some important intersections to address regarding both

What are some important intersections to address regarding both, and what is a unique
intersection between the both of them that has an impact on higher education

What are some important intersections to address regarding both

We discussed age and religion as multifaceted aspects of who we are, and this does not change in the context of higher education.

What are some important intersections to address regarding both, and what is a unique
intersection between the both of them that has an impact on higher education and your work in it?

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We are living in momentous times. The tragic murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis sparked outrage across the country and around the world, as hundreds of organizations made statements to support the urgency of the Black Lives Matter movement, and people around the world voiced their disappointment at the lack of progress on anti-racism efforts and racial equity.

At the same time, the Supreme Court’s historic ruling on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provided millions of LGBTQ+ individuals with protection from employment discrimination and was widely considered a major step in the right direction for LGBTQ+ equality in the United States.

For many people identifying as both Black and LGBTQ+, having to simultaneously

grapple with the anger of witnessing police brutality towards yet another Black person

and the pride of hearing the Supreme Court ruling was a tremendous amount to process.

Yet this is part of what it means to sit at the intersection of multiple identities:

to experience the world through a multi-faceted lens of discrimination and disadvantage,

as well as progress and pride.

In this article, we provide an overview of intersectionality, describe the value and importance for employers, and profile a cross-section of LGBTQ+ leaders .

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