Not all these are written by people of color but are beneficial to understanding multiple marginalizations, and framing intersecting points of discrimination.


  • Disability & Chronic Illness
    • Chronic Illness is a Disability, Disabled World.
    • Who’s Afraid of Chronic Illness as Disability? An Entire Field, Apparently. valeriamsouza.
    • Prince, Chronic Illness, and Disability Touring and Living to Get Old, Brownstargirl.
    • Sex, Disability, and Chronic Illness, Our Bodies, Our Selves. 
    • Mini-Double Dose: Art, Pain and Illness; Genes and Race Disparity: Through Sickness, Health and Sex Change, Our Bodies, Our Selves.
    • Rising Above a Disability Through a Comic Book, The Root
    • Study Finds Of All Races Prefer Teachers of Color, at NPR.


  • Racial Disparities/institutional racism
  • Body Positivity/of the body
    • Body Positivity and Diversity in Yoga, in Huffpo.
    • Just Because I’m Black Doesn’t Mean I want to Look Like Beyonce, at Harper’s Bazaar.
    • My Eyes Are Asian Because I am, at Buzzfeed, by Lilian Min.
    • Growing Up Asian and Unskinny-With Pressure to Be Thin Nearly Taking Over My Life, at everyday feminism, by Juliana Chang.
    • After Striking a Fixed Object, at The Manifest Station, by LaToya Jordan.
    • It took me a lifetime to be as confident as Laurie Hernandez, at ESPN, by Erika L. Sanchez.
    • One Chicana writer’s personal and cultural struggles with body image, at San Diego City Beat, by Lizz Huerta.