NBCnews.com 'Stop asking and start doing: 10 ways to be an active ally in the workplace to black
Written by Emma Hultgren
When it comes to allyship in the workplace, it can be easy for white people to transfer the responsibility of learning how to support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) onto the shoulders of BIPOC themselves. But according to Dee Poku Spalding, CEO of WIE, and many other Black leaders, learning how to become an effective ally falls on you alone. Black women need you to make deliberate actions towards anti-racism in order for the workplace to be inclusive for all. Here are 10 concrete ways to be an activist, whether you’re a business owner or an employee.