Intersectionality’s Role in the Workplace: Fostering Inclusion Needs for All

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Intersectionality is a term that describes how different aspects of a person’s identity intersect and interact. It recognizes that individuals are not defined by a single identity, but rather by multiple identities that can include race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, ability, and many other factors. In the workplace, intersectionality is crucial for promoting inclusion for all employees, especially those from marginalized or underrepresented groups.

The concept of intersectionality was first introduced by Kimberlé Crenshaw, a legal scholar and critical race theorist. She argued that traditional approaches to discrimination, which focused on a single axis of oppression — such as

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