Fall2021.FY103.17 Gender Inequality and Intersectionality
Professor: Dr Jeanne Buckley
First Year Seminar, Arcadia University Undergraduate Curriculum
Beyoncé, one of the most powerful Black, female artists is able to use her power to share her feminist perspectives with all of her fans. Originally in Destiny’s Child, Beyoncé decided to go solo to create her own music and career. Today, Beyoncé empowers her audience with her music and extravagant performances. Although Beyoncé faces various personal challenges during her career, she is still able to attain her main goal of giving to her fans. Additionally, Beyoncé is able to pave the way for other artists who follow her by giving an example of how artists can interact with an audience. Therefore, Beyoncé is a Black icon to look up to because she guides her fans to be confident and be proud of their culture.
Kury, Emma, "Beyoncé: A Powerful, Black Icon" (2021). Faculty Curated Undergraduate Works. 71.