Is Loss of Family Continuity "Intersectional?"
It's official. In April, Merriam-Webster proclaimed that the word intersectionality, first coined in the 1980s, is probably here to stay. Hillary Clinton used it in her presidential campaign, while some conservatives describe the term's roots in oppression as bunk. Another scholar says it's a political football, but it doesn't have to be. Accusations of co-opting, colonizing and (wait for it) bastardizing the term, first used in the context of Black feminism and Critical Race