For the past three decades the Black feminist notion of intersectionality has extended from civil rights jurisprudence to activism, political rhetoric and scholarship throughout the humanities. Architecture’s overwhelming dedication to a eurocentred mapping of knowledge and technical notions of the planetary form a protective buffer against scholarship or activism informed by Black feminism. This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book deals with innovative meditations on the Anthropocene and its aftermaths, announces a void where a Black feminist architectural theory should have already been. It endeavours to create a directly architectural engagement with intersectional scholarship by tracing an architectural history of intersectionality. Within the intersectional work of Black cemetery claims, there is no conflict between ecosystem and residents, or preservation and economy, labour rights and human rights. Intersectionality as an architectural modality extends to the planetary.