The F Word's Carissa Ropponen speaks with Toronto artist Alana Boltwood about her art exhibit at Simon Fraser University's international conference Intersectionality Research, Policy and Practice: Influences, Interrogations and Innovations. Boltwood explores intersectionality through the creation of artworks about geometry, mathematics, electronics and feminism.
The F word also airs a talk by Sharon Smith given at the Socialism 2013 Conference in Chicago, Illinois. Smith speaks about Black Feminism and Intersectionality. She argues that the concept of intersectionality is vital to socialist and feminist thought and practice.
The F Word seeks to facilitate feminist dialogue and use media as a foundation for positive social change. For more information on The F Word, please visit our website at: www.feminisms.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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