Thank you, @sandylocks. Your pioneering of the intersectional framework and your powerful voice have driven groundbreaking work. I’m deeply humbled by your vote today, and I will proudly fight with you for racial, gender, and economic justice. https://t.co/nUVpnyilOH
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) March 3, 2020
Kimberlé Crenshaw, the scholar responsible for the term and concept of “intersectionality,” tweets that she cast her ballot on Super Tuesday for Warren. Warren responds by commending Crenshaw for her “pioneering of the intersectional framework” and vowing to fight with Crenshaw for “racial, gender, and economic justice.” This exemplifies Warren’s support among prominent Black scholars and activists, especially women, while Warren has struggled among Black voters generally in the primaries to date.