Ally is a term often used for an individual who stands up for a person or group that is targeted and discriminated against. However, it is important to know that being an ally is much more than just a label. It is more than just something you do or say, but an ongoing process to improve ourselves as socially responsible individuals. Please follow one or both of the links below and consider what steps you might take to help address the inequities faced by Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), and other marginalized communities.
- Here is a short list of 8 ways you can be a better ally.
- This resource is a more comprehensive resource page for those interested in gaining a deeper understanding.
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