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May/June 2011

Engendering emancipation

With patterns of domination so deeply entrenched in our social, sexual and political relationships, how do we confront oppression on both a personal and political level? How do we practice feminist solidarity across lines of gender, sexuality, race, ability, class, nationality and citizenship? This issue draws attention to the importance of intersectionality in our struggle to engender a broad-based emancipation for all marginalized peoples.

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