In this paper, I examine the similarities between the tenets of anarcha-feminism and the practices of those with intersectional viewpoints. During my research, I interviewed 3 women of color who are leaders in the elimination of oppression in Denver, CO, and learned that having an increased experience with interlocking oppression, as those with multi-marginalized identities do, results in having the expertise to recognize where oppression exists, and, in most cases, developing the empathy to fight against it. This paper thus concludes that if the United States of America was to systemically implement an intersectional perspective, it would then take measurable steps to dismantle oppression and therefore fit within the definition of an anarchist society.
"The Path to Eliminating Oppression: Why Anarchist Thinkers and Intersectional Practitioners Should Work Together,"
Scholarly Horizons: University of Minnesota, Morris Undergraduate Journal: Vol. 8:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.morris.umn.edu/horizons/vol8/iss2/3