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Antiracist Resources: Allyship

What is allyship?

When speaking about racism, allyship - or being an ally - is a term used to describe someone who is actively working to dismantle systems of racism. Other common terms you might come by are "white ally" or "performative allyship" or "non-optical allyship." Check out the resources below to start learning about how you can be an effective ally - and the rest of this guide for books, films, and other resources to help you continue your work.