Kimberlé Crenshaw

Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA & Columbia Law School, Founder of the Intersectionality Theory, Named the No.1 Most Inspiring Feminist by Ms Magazine

On Intersectionality: Essential Writings

On Intersectionality: Essential Writings

Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Formed the Movement

Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Formed the Movement

How to hire Kimberlé Crenshaw

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Kimberlé is known to speak on the following topics:

  • Activism
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Gender Issues
  • Women in Leadership
  • Empowerment
  • Black Heritage
  • Race Issues
  • Social Justice

“Absolutely and without a doubt, Kimberlé is in our top five best speakers to ever come to campus. We had over 550 people in the audience, with a telecast to our downtown campus with about 200 people at that location. She was so kind, generous with her time, shared their incredible wisdom and knowledge and, most importantly, offered everyone hope for what is next. During this very difficult time in our country, and on college campuses across the nation, we needed to hear Kim’s inspirational words to keep us all moving forward in our collective work towards equality and justice. Thank you, thank you, thank you!” - Grand Valley State University

  • 2021 - Ruth Badger Ginsberg Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2016 - Outstanding Scholar Award, Fellows of the American Bar Foundation
  • 2015 - No.1 Most Inspiring Feminist, Ms Magazine
  • 2014 - Created #SayHerName campaign
  • 2007 - Fellow, Center for Advanced Behavioural Studies in the Social Sciences, Stanford University
  • 1994 - Professor of the Year, UCLA School of Law