Dictionary.com named ‘allyship’ its 2021 word of the year.
Interestingly, allyship is where women of color see the biggest gap. According to the Women in the Workplace 2021 report, seventy-five percent of white employees believe that they are a good ally.
Still, only 20 percent of those employees advocate for women of color, and less than half of them serve as an ally overall.
To effectively close the gap between perceived and effective allyship, review this three-part infographics based on Change Catalyst’s ‘The State of Allyship Report with topics including, “What People Want from Allies,” “The Business Case for Allyship,” and “The State of Allyship.”