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Intersectional confessionals: Students discuss in-class experiences

November 1, 2017

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Margaux Armfield | Staff Artist

Intersectional Confessionals is Intersections’ new series that highlights personal narratives from students from marginalized identities. This installment focuses on students’ encounters inside of the classroom. For more information on intersectional confessionals, read our letter from the editors.

5 Comments

5 Responses to “Intersectional confessionals: Students discuss in-class experiences”

  1. Susan Stitt on November 2nd, 2017 3:09 pm

    May I suggest you each buy your professors, “To My Professor: Student Voices for Great College Teaching” by Michigan State University’s Journalism class. Each of the topics you’ve discussed are covered in the book. http://amzn.to/2gYxNZq

  2. Nah on November 2nd, 2017 4:20 pm

    What’s the point of this section? To just show outrage? To complain in a drawn out way?

  3. Nah on November 2nd, 2017 4:21 pm

    Why does it matter that your professor was straight or white? Why does someone’s “identity” dictate what they are allowed to think, feel and express? Isn’t that the opposite of everything intersectionality is supposedly trying to fight against?

  4. Nah on November 2nd, 2017 4:22 pm

    The drawings are great by the way

  5. Cng on July 27th, 2019 2:00 am

    Great work! I applaud Mark! These incidents of racism are deplorable.

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