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Guide to Allyship

The Guide to Allyship provides a helpful starting point for individuals looking to partner BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ in dismantling systematic oppression. The guide is available for free and open source for individual users. Corporations, institutions, and those with the ability to do so should compensate the author.

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Author(s): Amélie Lamont
Date: 5/3/22
Resource Type: Toolkit
Topic: DEI & Anti-Oppression

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