Neha Kumar, Naveena Karusala
Intersectionality is increasingly finding its way into conversations around equity, diversity, and social justice within human-computer interaction (HCI), where we recognize that it is a relatively new concept in these conversations  and that more and novel methods for engaging with intersectionally diverse groups are needed . HCI research has also discussed how one might engage in design with intersectional awareness . A panel at CHI 2018 took these conversations beyond HCI research as well, to discuss whether SIGCHI as an organization might benefit from fostering intersectional awareness and how . This unfolding discourse around intersectionality within HCI, however,…
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