Structural intersectionality examines how social structures, such as legal and educational systems, work to create differences in how minority groups experience areas of their life compared to the most privileged group. For instance, up until 1965 in the United States of America, African Americans' right to vote was not protected under federal law.. "/>
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Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

Define intersectionality in social work

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