"In this lesson, we ask students to imagine what feminism should look like in the United States today. Then, we encourage them to consider the role that intersectionality should play in the women’s movement, to analyze how women are represented in the media today, and to learn more about the issues central to feminism’s agenda."
"Intersectionality refers to the social, economic and political ways in which identity-based systems of oppression and privilege connect, overlap and influence one another." Draws on Crenshaw's 1989 observation about intersectionality and includes tool kits and lesson plans from the Teaching for Tolerance website.
Chapter 5 of So You Want to Talk About Race takes a look at intersectionality of a queer black woman and how social justice can function to "consider intersection of identity, privilege, and oppression that people face..."