Here on KELOLAND Living we have been diving into understanding allyship. What does it mean to be an ally? Are you a true ally or a performative ally? And how can you do your own work to become a better ally? But is there more we can be doing?

Willette Capers is the assistant vice provost for diversity equity and inclusion at Augustana University.

She says the answer is yes. And she joined us to explain how we can move from being an ally to an accomplice.

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