Social justice causes are not mutually exclusive. Black, indigenous, people of color, and the LGBTQ+ all share degrees of oppression from a white and patriarchal societal structure. All these groups have had individual struggles against oppression, but through becoming woke, one becomes aware that they are often disadvantaged by the same systems and institutions. While this may translate into a broad social justice platform, it ultimately rallies around the cause for equity.
Any conflicts that arise due to the breadth of movements are often small disagreements over how to achieve reform. Additionally, there is a generational difference in how social justice is viewed. If systemic discrimination and bigotry is to be dismantled, a strong coalition of activists is needed to demand reform within these institutions.