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Upstander vs. Bystander: Allyship as the New Theory and Practice of Diversity and Inclusion

September 03, 2020

An examination by Rangita de Silva de Alwis of the study conducted at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School on “Allyship in the Future of Work.”


This White Paper looks at a way to frame the various intersections of race, gender and multiple identities in the context of allyship. Allyship used within this framework can guide us in addressing different forms of systemic and structural bias that plague our workplaces and public consciousness.