The message was repeatedly taught to me growing up. Both as a pedestrian and a new driver, I heard the same warning, "Use care when you approach an intersection. Look both ways." Many a time this lesson helped me from being blindsided. I thought I had it mastered until I began working for the Presbytery, at our office in West Allis. There, I found my first 6-point intersection. It remains dizzying! Thank heaven for stop lights to manage the traffic.
Today, the words "intersection" and "intersectionality" have taken on nuanced meaning. Exercising caution while navigating these intersections remains good advice though.
For example, have you seen...(READ MORE)