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Difference and Domination

@inproceedings{Zinn2001DifferenceAD,
  title={Difference and Domination},
  author={Maxine Baca Zinn and Bonnie Thornton Dill},
  year={2001}
}
he experiences of women of color have challenged feminist T scholarship to rethink the relationship between race and gender for everyone. Since the 1980s, women’s studies scholars have increasingly acknowledged that differences among women arise from inequalities of power and privilege. For African American women, Latinas, Asian American women, and Native American women, gender is part of a larger pattern of unequal social relations; how gender is experienced depends on how it intersects with… 
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