3 Research-Backed Ways to Show Up as an Ally for People of Color

The status quo is the enemy of diversity and inclusion.

Leaders that truly lead inclusively know the power of challenging non-inclusive norms, disrupting the status quo and proactively engaging in healthy conflict conversations.

To achieve diversity, we have to be willing to do things differently. The systems that have been in place for centuries have disadvantaged people of color disproportionately over white people. These systems have bias baked into them, often so commonplace that we do not question the non-inclusive norms and assumptions that these systems create.


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