Compelling Conversations on Allyship: Genuine or For Show? Test

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A look at the differences between performative allyship and authentic allyship.

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Compelling Conversations on Allyship: Genuine or For Show?

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By The NeuroLeadership Institute

AUGUST 11TH, 2022

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NLI Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Janet M. Stovall and Global Director of Research Michaela Simpson recently sat down to address some core elements of allyship. They drew arresting social and scientific distinctions between performative and authentic allyship and offered a call to action for those interested in dismantling inequity and inequality.

Don’t miss Part 2 next week, which will address why allies must own their privilege.

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