Critical to progress and change
Allyship has long been key to progress and social movements, and it is still essential to advance the common good and create a world that works better for everyone. We must break binary thinking - “either-or”, “us-them” - and learn to be better allies ourselves, or as “nondominants” to accept and work with allies more effectively.
7 effective strategies
There are seven strategies that can be used to be more genuinely supportive of social movements and nondominant groups. Click here to read more
This post is part of a three part series on how allies and nondominants can work together better. "We need to rise above the 'us' vs. 'them' thinking that pits communities against their outsider allies. Everyone benefits from a society where diversity, equity, inclusion and justice are valued, celebrated and actively pursued."
About the Author:
Susana Rinderle, MA, CPC, President of Susana Rinderle Consulting, LLC, is a trainer, coach, facilitator, writer and diversity & inclusion professional committed to human evolution, equity, and social justice. She helps people communicate effectively across differences and translate their good intentions into positive impacts, and she equips organizations to create inclusive environments where brilliance and excellence flourish. She was a featured speaker at TEDxABQ 2012 in Albuquerque. Her talk was titled “Diversity is Necessary for Human Evolution”.