Safety-Pin Solidarity: With Allies, Who Benefits? : Code Switch Does wearing safety pins and giving speeches at awards shows make you an ally? On this episode we explore the conundrums of ally-ship with activist and blogger ShiShi Rose, who helped organize the Women's March, Taz Ahmed, co-host of the GoodMuslimBadMuslim podcast, the Reverend Timothy Murphy, and our editor, Juleyka Lantigua-Williams. We also talk with the co-founder of a black-owned company that teaches white people how to be better allies, for a fee.
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Safety-Pin Solidarity: With Allies, Who Benefits?

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Safety-Pin Solidarity: With Allies, Who Benefits?

Safety-Pin Solidarity: With Allies, Who Benefits?

Safety-Pin Solidarity: With Allies, Who Benefits?

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Does wearing safety pins and giving speeches at awards shows make you an ally? On this episode we explore the conundrums of ally-ship with activist and blogger ShiShi Rose, who helped organize the Women's March, Taz Ahmed, co-host of the GoodMuslimBadMuslim podcast, the Reverend Timothy Murphy, and our editor, Juleyka Lantigua-Williams. We also talk with the co-founder of a black-owned company that teaches white people how to be better allies, for a fee.

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Does wearing safety pins and giving speeches at awards shows make you an ally?
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