How to Easily be a White Ally to Marginalized Communities
Christopher Keelty

Maybe because I don’t consider myself white but I know I benefit from “looking white” I’d like to share this amongst my friends with the title “how to be an ally”. Privilege comes in different shapes and forms. I’m a woman, a Chicana, a daughter of immigrants, college-educated and I work in tech. I need allies AND I very much want to be an ally to all people. Thank for the article. We can all be better humans and our actions will show who we are.

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