The Wear Your Voice Intersectionali-tees Collection, features the artistry and wisdom of the Intersectional Feminist Movement.
The term "Intersectional," was coined by critical race theorist and law professor, Kimberlé Crenshaw, with the intention of drawing attention to the specific kinds of oppression faced by Black women.
In a piece she wrote for the Washington Post, Crenshaw describes intersectionality with the following: “Racial and gender discrimination overlapped not only in the workplace but in other arenas of life; equally significant, these burdens were almost completely absent from feminist and anti-racist advocacy. Intersectionality, then, was my attempt to make feminism, anti-racist activism, and anti-discrimination law do what I thought they should — highlight the multiple avenues through which racial and gender oppression were experienced so that the problems would be easier to discuss and understand.”
100% of profits from the sale of the Wear Your Voice Intersectionali-tees go to support opportunity and economic access for marginalized writers and creatives of color, especially the most vulnerable and oppressed. #FemmeRevolution, #MyRevolution