Oftentimes, our experiences are completely different from our peers. The reality is that we all carry different identities and they all come with their own unique privileges and barriers. Navigating those identities abroad can be very different from what we may be used to in our own communities. This is why allyship can be very powerful when traveling with peers. So how can you support your peers abroad if they are discriminated against or left out of group activities? How can you identify this is happening in the first place? This brief will discuss ways in which you can serve as an ally while studying abroad with peers of various socioeconomic, racial/ethnic, and religious backgrounds to name a few. RSVP @ https://myumi.ch/88rvK
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