Allies, individuals who stand up for the equal and fair treatment of people different than them, offer some of the most effective and powerful voices for those who are underrepresented. The practice of emphasizing inclusion and human rights by members of an “in” group, to advance the interests of an oppressed or marginalized “out” group (allyship) is also one of the most critical activities that makes the NIH a more inclusive environment for all employees, patients, and visitors.
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