This chapter draws on the collective wisdoms of Black, Indigenous, Latinx and Chicanx, Middle Eastern and Asian feminisms to identify and challenge the interlocking systems of power that undergird leadership. Specifically, the chapter explores how the theorising and practice of leadership may embrace a recognition of interlocking oppressions, experiment with language and reach, and struggle towards solidarity, self-definition and love. The distinct and complex practices of anti-racist feminisms are not homogenised into any universal ‘how-to’ guide for leadership but offered instead as promising possibilities for localised struggles.
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