Over at The Washington Post, Kimberlé Crenshaw discusses intersectionality and action —
Intersectionality was a lived reality before it became a term.
Today, nearly three decades after I first put a name to the concept, the term seems to be everywhere. But if women and girls of color continue to be left in the shadows, something vital to the understanding of intersectionality has been lost. […]
We simply do not have the luxury of building social movements that are not intersectional, nor can we believe we are doing intersectional work just by saying words.