Patricia Garcia, Alejandra Gonzalez, Mikayla Buford, Sheena Erete, Jakita Thomas, Yolanda Rankin
In the past decade, feminist theory has gained traction within the HCI community as a critical design approach [1,2]. Despite the push for feminist solidarity, however, prior feminist HCI work has largely been conducted on a single-axis analysis of power that focuses on gender and fails to address issues of race and racism that negatively affect women of color [3,4]. Such oversight marginalizes women who live at the intersection of race and gender and renders them invisible within a feminist movement that continues to benefit white, middle-class women at the expense of their racialized sisters [3,4,5]. We, as a…
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