First let's define terms.
Here's a wiki passage that offers a starting point.
Intersectionality is an analytical framework for understanding how aspects of a person's social and political identities combine to create different modes of discrimination and privilege. Examples of these aspects include gender, caste, sex, race, class, sexuality, religion, disability, physical appearance, and height.
Translation: A sketchy theory that has escaped academia imagines that Americans have anything in common other than their social media hatred of your dad and his pension.
But let's talk about this concept in more practical terms.
Once again, it's important to remember that this cowtown's newspaper is on a crusade against law enforcement.
A recent example . . .
These are the two cops who were also indicted with help from Jackson County Prosecutor "Mean" Jean Peters Baker for the rough arrest of Breona Hill.
Tragically, the trans woman was shot dead before she was able to offer her testimony.
Forgive the honest question . . .
Does anybody know what happened to the person who shot Breona Hill to death? There were no charges immediately after the arrest, the shooter stayed at the scene and it's very likely the gunfire death might have been a justified shooting. Sadly, local media seem to care a lot more about the cops who arrested her than the gunfire that ended her life.
But I digress . . .
What might be more important is the connection of this case to the rise in anti-Asian hateration.
Example . . .
Also, today there was an arrest following old Asian lady beat down in NYC and the suspect was previously on lifetime parole for stabbing his mom to death.
To wit and for our activist friends . . .
PRECEDING HER ROUGH ARREST BREONA HILL REPORTEDLY ATTACKED IMMIGRANT STORE OWNERS AND USED RACIALLY CHARGED ANTI-ASIAN EPITHETS!!!
MSM backstory that depicts an intersection betwixt trans life and the current fight to stop violence against the AAPI community . . .
Accordingly . . .
If we're going to document the tragic life of Breona Hill, excluding the chaotic circumstances of her death and hate speech conflict with the denizens of her neighborhood FAILS offer a complete view of the complex and often contradictory interwoven fabric of Kansas City urban life.
In a similarly confusing conclusion . . .
Without submitting to a culture war narrative defined by halfwits on Twitter, lots of luck finding a "good guy" in Kansas City amid charges of brutality, racial hatred and the violent life of a trans martyr all referenced by a snarky Latino blogger with a "thing" for curvy supermodels.
You decide . . .