It is not enough to know that any event happened. It is not enough to know the vague details of a police brutality shooting, for example. While it is important that society as a whole is made aware of the countless number of fatal shootings of black men and women, it is not enough if people cannot connect these events and do not have context for them. In order for an event to have meaning or make a difference in the world, all of the targeted group, and society for that matter, needs to put the event in a frame. Here, Crenshaw points out the unfortunate trend that black women get left behind when people are fighting for rights that would affect them.