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Proven techniques, strategies, and tools to develop women leaders, build male allies, and promote gender equality.

Oct 29, 2023

In diversity work, it is critical that allyship focuses on the most marginalized communities first. When we focus on issues that affect people with one dimension of diversity, we can help all marginalized communities, yet the impact is far less. 

When we start with an intersectional approach to allyship, we likely make it better for a larger collection of people. Starting with the most marginalized is pivotal to effective allyship as evidenced by:

  • The curb-cut effect
  • Challenges with centering
  • The positive impact of inclusive language

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