Current ITI Projects

Intersectionality features prominently as a theoretical framework in our current funded projects. These include two social and behavioral science research projects focused on Black men’s health — the National Institutes of Health-funded Strengths and Stressors and PRISM Intersectional Stigma projects —, the D(Seeing) Project, and the WK Kellogg Foundation-funded, Intersectionality Policymaking Toolkit focused on improving health and social policymaking for diverse U.S. women and families using an intersectionality lens. Pages dedicated to these projects are provided below.