Women of color regularly find themselves in a sphere outside of those labeled and designated for Women. Take for example the #MeToo campaign. You may be familiar with the way Tarana Burke was excluded from the movement until women of color pushed back and centered Ms. Burke and her contributions. You may not be aware of the people #MeToo leaves behind, such as immigrant women working on hotel night crews and those working in the fields. The open letter from Latina Farmworkers to Hollywood on sexual assault is an eyeopening example of how easy it is to prioritize white moneyed women when we engage in the work of social justice. The video below provides a wonderful overview of how feminism has historically centered the experiences of moneyed white women and left women of color behind.