Benita Bunjun’s role and responsibility as an educator derives from her feminist pedagogy, academic research, and community relations. She has been teaching the DET version of WMST 300: Introduction to Gender Relations for the last 5 years. The course examines the social construction of race, class, sexuality, ability, and gender relations, while focusing on how positions of oppression and privilege are created, enforced, and intersected. Benita Bunjun is currently the President of the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW-www.criaw-icref.ca) and has been involved in the publication of Intersectional Feminist Frameworks: An Emerging Vision. She is also presently, Project Co-coordinator at Vancouver Status of Women (www.vsw.ca), where she works with the Feminist Working Group on the feminization and racialization of poverty. Her involvement in marginal communities (academic and non-academic) has and continues to focus on the social constructions and relations of the gendered, sexualized, dispossessed and racialized bodies of women. She has also taught Women’s Studies at Simon Fraser University and University of British Columbia – Okanagan.