Original oil painting on 9x12 cradled wood board. Sides of board painted a Moroccan blue. The title refers to intersectional feminism: "a prism for seeing the way in which various forms of inequality often operate together and exacerbate each other" and "all inequality is not created equal." (Kimberle Crenshaw) The Arab Spring, recent protests in Morocco for women's rights, and the US retreating from their wars has me thinking about how being a woman, religion, law, especially inheritance law, the specter of colonialism and imperialism, family, work, tradition, and culture intersect, and it is not an easy, simple, and especially not black and white thing to wrestle with.
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