Intersectionality is the compouding affects of those overlapping identities. For example, a black woman in the workplace could experience disadvantages for being female (pay gap, for example) or because she's black (opportunity gap, for example). However, since she is both black and female, she could experience compounding disadvantages. It's essential to breakdown and consider the effects of intersectionality when discussion diversity, equity, and inclusion at work and not ask a person to prioritize one part of their identity of another.
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