Race, Gender, Class and Intersectionality
By The Assignment-Writing
Report on Race, Gender, Class and Intersectionality
Critical analysis of intersectional representational of gender and race
The selected article is about Race, gender, class and intersectionality (Bhandar. B 2013). This article is selected because it help in exploring the key debate related to intersectionality on race and gender. It has been noted by one of the speaker that the way organised left contingents at recent anti- fascist demos against the English defence league. Further there are most of the while people in British national party and this was need to be cultivated an anti- racist politics on the left which include people of race. Black women always knowns as the hard-working women and but they were not paid for their worth. It has been suggested that one of the main reason for this absence is known as the perception among different people of colour (Weigand, Webb and Mills, 2016.). This one of is left because socialist organisation and parties have had, and regularly not have good record of taking issues in to consideration seriously of gender and race. If race should be taken seriously then it required more than one mentioning the word that is anti- racism and it also declare that racism take place.
The gender and race inequality take place but some people still not believe on gender and race inequality. But it is a big role in students education in all over the world. It has been observed that black people were not treated equally in politics and racism and sexism is still now alive all over the world. The present report reflects the way to stop the gender and race inequality in the politics and workplace at different levels (Sanchez-Peña, Main and McGee, 2016,). Women are always fundamentally different from the men it is so because of their ability to bear children. There are several root cause of gender inequality and the way this all issues faced by women at same time. Further it has been discovered that gender inequalities is central to societies for centuries and the race is known as the modern idea. Some of people believe that group of people who are similar physiological characteristics constitute races. However the race is a system which is imposed by the political, cultural and historical. Hence it can be stated that a black and while person can be have more in common that two people of the same race. Apart from this black women are not paid fairly and according to their work (Elhuni, Wilcox and Merritt, 2016.). They also experience poverty at higher rates as compared to black men and women who belong to other ethnic and racial.
This article show inequality which is done with the black women at the work place, in politics and societies. Black women were not treated as equal as other racism within the societies and work place. Further it has been noted that black women’s relationship to both paid labour and unpaid work in home is importantly contrary as compared to men. It is contrary developed and equally essential theme which concerns the way black women unpaid family is at the same time confining and appoint black women (Herron and Rosenberg, 2016.). Further it was found that the home and domestic work is knowns as the key sites of women relationship. This above discussion show that inequality is not justifiable. However it show the way in ignoring the ways through which women of colour have out of demand integrated their claims for equality, redistribution and recognition. It means that it is not possible to separates all of these out analytically and practically at the time when sexism and racism is ready to constitute the specific form of class exploitation which is faced and experienced. Further black women are critiqued modes of analysis which fail to consider the way gender and race cannot be kept analytically different if one understand the persecution operated along these axes as in the interlinking manner. Black women are continuously working for a better their nation, but nation are not working for them. If black women’s experience and interest in the forefront of policy changes and social movements then it is easy to address all the barrier (Gross, Gottburgsen and Phoenix, 2016.). One of the other example, which is taken of an group who are incorporated and analysis of race and gender into her work. Author argued that the making of the working class is only possible by the help of capitalist system which is committed to both racism and sexism. From the process of divisions and differences with the working class which is built on the basis of gender and race became constitutive of class rule and the planning of modern working class (Sapon-Shevin, Brimhall-Vargas and Nieto, 2017).
Different, otherness and superiority
To build a basic left political movement or network which means to take gender and racism inequality seriously. Further there is a great instances of solidarity and activism betwixt left a particular campaign and left organisation. In a different context the attempt of the organisers of the historical materialism meeting to report for race and gender which is showed in the stream being organised on race (Mandel and Semyonov, 2016.). The Black radical tradition and Marxist legacies of anti racism is taken into consideration for black women’s rightist policy and critical indigenous theory were remain one of the big hindrance on which advance being made on this front . For instances of socialist feminist work which was failed. Further all its problems related to the racism and gender is one of the core part of its analysis. The organiser not think that feminism not think that it is essential to include women of different colour or scholars who basically deals with both race and gender (Chmielewski, Fine and Stoudt, 2016.). Superiority
Different ways due to which women are neglected because of their colour have out necessity integrated their claims for equality and redistribution. Therefore it is not easy to separate on the basis of colour because racism and discrimination is always ready to constitute the specific form of class exploitation which one is faced with it (Chmielewski, Belmonte and Stoudt, 2016.). One of the reason of failure of this approach is that universalise the experience of middle class women, white and other . Hence it means that experience of black women, and indigenous women and Asian women are removed by the politics of left and theories feminisms. It means that all the problem which is analysed of political are not correct. It is so because capitalism was imitative through complex legal ouster, and third world labour whose value stay fixed at the some degree by racism and a continual belief in white superiority.
Differentiation is still done between people in context to the race and gender. There are many black women who work hard for their family but they do not get fair pay for their work (Weigand, Webb and Mills, 2016). Further there are some theory which help in removing inequality which take place at different sector of that is organisation, education and others.
Overarching message of the piece
From the article it reflects that some of the criticism are intersectionality and take place in the liberal anti racism purposes. Further, the main reason of this absence is the thinking of people related to colour due to which socialist parties need to continued it a poor tracking take place so that record taking issues of race and racism seriously (Sanchez-Peña, Main and McGee, 2016). For taking the anti discrimination more seriously it is important to gather some knowledge about it and find out the analyse problems . Further, it is critically assessed that an identity based politics of recognition which lead to create inequality among the people . The intersectionality have long emphasized that the comparison is made between women on the basis of their race and ethnicity.
Link back to theoretical debater and conclusion
From the above report it can be concluded that Black women are always knowns as the hard working women and they did not get pay according to their work. This show that women are always discriminated at each field . Further it also conclude that rethink the concepts which is used at the time when it required to explain the political event. It is not important to only know about the anti racism. It is required to think about the security which is needed so that discrimination can be removed from all over the world. Issues related to income inequality need to be taken into consideration so that men and women not treated unequally. From the report it show that racism and gender discrimination is not removed from all over the world. There are some theories which help in understanding and removing this type of discrimination so that all people can be treated fairly.
Weigand, H., Webb, S. R., and Mills, J. H., 2016. The Junctures of Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Class and Nationality and the Making of Pan American Airways, 1929–89. Absent Aviators: Gender Issues in Aviation.p.15.
Sanchez-Peña, M., Main, J., Sambamurthy, N., Cox, M. and McGee, E., 2016, October. The factors affecting the persistence of Latina faculty: A literature review using the intersectionality of race, gender, and class. In Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2016 IEEE (pp. 1-9). IEEE.
Wilcox, C. M., Elhuni, A., Kim, J. J. Y. and Merritt, C. J., 2016. Some of Us Are Still Brave: New Intersectional Perspectives on Race.
Herron, R.V. and Rosenberg, M.W., 2016. 11 Aging, Gender, and “Triple Jeopardy” Through the Life Course. Place, Health, and Diversity: Learning from the Canadian Experience, p.200.
Gross, C., Gottburgsen, A. and Phoenix, A., 2016. Education systems and intersectionality. Education Systems and Inequalities: International Comparisons, p.51.
Clark, C., Sapon-Shevin, M., Brimhall-Vargas, M., McGhie, T. and Nieto, S., 2017. Critical Multicultural Education as an Analytical Point of Entry into Discussion of Intersectional Scholarship: A Focus on Race, as Well as Class, Gender, Sexuality, Dis/Ability, and Family Configuration. Taboo.16(1). p.92.
Mandel, H. and Semyonov, M., 2016. Going Back in Time? Gender Differences in Trends and Sources of the Racial Pay Gap, 1970 to 2010.American Sociological Review,81(5), pp.1039-1068.
Chmielewski, J. F., Belmonte, K. M., Fine, M. and Stoudt, B.G., 2016. Intersectional Inquiries with LGBTQ and Gender Nonconforming Youth of Color: Participatory Research on Discipline Disparities at the Race/Sexuality/Gender Nexus. Inequality in School Discipline(pp. 171-188). Palgrave Macmillan US.