COVID-19 and Intersectionality Discussion and Resources

On Wednesday April 15, faculty and students from the Fletcher School and Friedman organized a panel discussing “Intersectionality and Covid-19.” Intersectionality refers to the ways that diverse social and political identities (gender, race, ethnicity, class, caste, sexuality, ability, etc.) can combine to create conditions and experiences of discrimination or privilege.  The panelists spoke on a number of pressing areas within the Covid-19 pandemic. This event was made possible by The Gender and Women’s Leadership Program at Fletcher.

If you would like to watch a recording of this event click here.

The Speakers included: Kimberly Theidon, Nicholas Cicchinelli, Kelsey Wise, Kinsey Spears, Bridget Conley, Jeremiah Anthony, Dyan Mazurana