Sources & Definitions
Position yourself with a person or a group for a shared purpose
Instances of injustice or unfairness
Everyday snubs or small actions, typically by a member of a dominant community to a person of a marginalized identity, that perpetuate hostility or a discriminatory attitude
The dominant idea of what a “regular” person would do. Norms can be societal, racial, cultural, etc.
The belief that white people are inherently superior to all other races; structurally, a system of racism that keeps white people in social, economic and political power
Websites and Online Resources
- Kendall, Frances E. “How to Be an Ally if You are a Person with Privilege.”
- Who Leads Us? Reflective Democracy Campaign.
- The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap. The American Association of University Women.