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Intersectionality: Implications for Anarcha-Feminism

Credited to Kimberle Crenshaw in the late 1980s, intersectionality is the current buzzword of the mainstream feminist movement. It quite rightly recognises that all oppressions – from sexism and racism to classism and ableism – are merely categorisations of human identities, ranked against each other through social constructs that serve only to create layers of oppressions within society. Anarchists have long recognised the need to fight oppressions on all fronts, yet we have been ineffective in linking our discourses with mainstream feminist dialogue.

Invasion/Sovereignty Day 2012

With Invasion/Sovereignty Day approaching and talk of a referendum for the Constitutional recognition of Aboriginal people, it's worth noting that this year marks the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra. The Embassy, on the lawns of Old Parliament House, was set up, fought for and has been maintained by generations of Aboriginal activists to organise for Aboriginal sovereignty and justice. On 26th January, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy is inviting Aboriginal people and allies to meet, have discussions, and to get involved in the struggle for Aboriginal sovereignty.

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