Be an Ally

An ally is a supporter of another person, idea, initiative or community, even when the ally doesn't share that identity or belief system. For example, men can be allies to cisgender and transgender women; straight people can be allies to lesbian, gay and bisexual people; atheists can be allies to people of faith; and vice versa.

The opportunities below focus on allyship. In addition, Princeton has lectures and programs focused on increasing understanding of cross-cultural differences, so that members of our community can better support one another.