Title

What Makes a White Ally? Lessons from Creating an Ally Identity Measure

Conference Strand

Research and Theory

Abstract

As counselors and educators, you may have witnessed an increase in self-identified White allies. But what makes a White ally? How do we describe allyship, and how can we talk about White allyship identity with clients and students? We offer insights gained during our development of a White ally identity instrument. Ethical use of these types of instruments will be discussed as well as practical uses when working with individuals developing their own ally identities

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Evidence

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Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Quentin Hunter, Tiffany Brooks and Kristy Christopher-Holloway are Assistant Professors at Lindsey Wilson College.

Start Date

2-11-2021 12:30 PM

End Date

2-11-2021 1:30 PM

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What Makes a White Ally? Lessons from Creating an Ally Identity Measure

As counselors and educators, you may have witnessed an increase in self-identified White allies. But what makes a White ally? How do we describe allyship, and how can we talk about White allyship identity with clients and students? We offer insights gained during our development of a White ally identity instrument. Ethical use of these types of instruments will be discussed as well as practical uses when working with individuals developing their own ally identities