This is online panel conversation was organized by JOFA. Scroll down to read the ongoing conversation.
In recent months, intersectionality politics have become a powerful force in many activist movements. Intersectionality is an ideology that considers how the convergance of various social identities – race, gender, religion, sexual oreintation, etc. – impact one’s identity and life experiences. For some, intersectionality has been an empowering tool for advancing social change, while others have been challenged by the assumption that particular social identities are at odds with one another. In this online panel conversation, JOFA brings together a diverse cohort to discuss these ideas and the way it may or may not impact one’s ability to identify as both “feminist” and “Zionist.”