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From p. 361 in Social Theory Re-Wired 2e
Placing U.S. Black women’s experiences in the center of analysis without privileging those experiences shows how intersectional paradigms can be especially important for rethinking the particular matrix of dominationThe matrix of domination, according to Collins, refers to how power is organized through overlapping or interlocking systems of oppression (and resistance) that are socially and historically specific.