At the intersection of struggles: class, race, gender, ecology

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Already in the 1970s, radical feminism strongly claimed that social revolution would not come about without women’s liberation. Similarly, antiracism was slowly integrated into the fights lead by the Left. If women and other discriminated-against groups do not make up a homogeneous group, their struggles across the world speak volume of the importance of mixing analyses. How do relationships of domination interact with each other? How can these analyses participate in the elaboration of an alter-globalisation project?


Elsa Galerand, Sociologist, France
Jules Falquet, Mistress of conference in sociology, Université de Paris Diderot, France
Cindy Wiesner, Organiser Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, USA
Sarah Zouak, cofounder of, France


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