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The Inclusive Office: Feminism isn’t feminism unless it’s intersectional

Feminists have been celebrating frequent cracks in the glass ceiling lately: Hon. Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the United States Supreme Court to fill the seat held by the late luminary and legend Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Sen. Kamala Harris became the first Black and Asian woman nominated to the vice presidency; Kristen Welker ...

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