*** Please use attached essay for basis of this Essay***
For the 2 in class essays that must be referenced use:
1. The politics in reality: Essays feminist theory: by Marilyn Frye
2. This speech by Kimberle Crenshaw http://also-chicago.org/also_site/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Race-gender-and-sexual-harassment-Kimberle-Crenshaw-1991.pdf

Explain oppression in Game of thrones. Include attached document for help
2 identities Straight, Caucasian, Male 
This paper will first name and explain an example of oppression. You will also name your intersectional perspective (the merging of at least two of your identities) and explain how that perspective helps you analyze the example of oppression. Finally, you will offer up and advocate for a feasible and specific change strategy to the example of oppression. The change strategy can be either micro or macro in influence and could reflect personal, community, or institutional change. In addition, you are required to use two (2) in class readings from two different disciplinary backgrounds to support your ideas. You cannot simply reference the readings or quote from them. You must demonstrate that you read the essays, understood them, and used them to help support your thesis. 
For this assignment, you will be given substantial and critical feedback from the professor. You will revise it, further develop it, and submit it again, based on the feedback in the assignment called Paper 2.
Paper Length, Format, and Rubric: 800-1000 words. Double spaced with page numbers, 1” margins all around, Times New Roman Font (12 pt.). 
5 points – Paper meets the requirements as stated in the syllabus and has a compelling title
5 points – Paper is concise, free of typos, misspellings and grammatical errors, 
5 points Paper has a clear thesis and a strong introduction and conclusion.
5 points – Paper names and explains a social justice/equality topic and offers a change strategy 
5 points – Paper fully integrates two readings
5 points – Paper employs intersectionality correctly and demonstrates a thorough understanding of all course concepts to date.
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