E. Lee White identifies as queer and feminine non-binary.
Intersectional feminism is the combination of multifaceted viewpoints of race/ethnicity, sexuality, gender, religion, and class to deconstruct patriarchy and colonialism.
She engages with class, queer identity, and multiculturalist themes to write with emphasis on memory and perspective.
She was born and currently living in Indianapolis, Indiana, but has travelled to Hiroshima, Japan in 2014 and 2016 for peace studies. She will live in Latvia as a Fulbright scholar beginning in September.
Lee has poems and visual artwork featured in University of Indianapolis’ Etchings and IU East's Tributaries. Her critical postcolonial writing was featured in Purdue Calumet’s online journal in 2016 and at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in 2017.