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Oprah, Intersectional Feminism, and Black Women in AmericaBianca Lambert / PopSugar - 2 months ago
  • From the moment The Oprah Winfrey Show debuted in 1986 — and throughout the 24 consecutive seasons it held the No.
  • As I watched the nominees take to the red carpet, I realized that the movement bore a striking resemblance to the Women’s March and the #MeToo movement.
  • I found myself wondering how the group of entertainers before me could truly draw attention the problems facing marginalized women every day.
  • Over 300 women in film, television, and theater contributed to bringing the #TimesUp initiative to life, but as a woman of color looking at the nominees, winners, and the red carpet .