This image shared by the official Twitter account shows their support for #BlackLivesMatter.
Urging people to be especially mindful of black and brown communities who regularly face threats to their wellbeing, violence, and hate because of their identity, Twitter outlined how to easily practise allyship.
Allyship refers to the lifelong process of building relationships with people belonging to marginalised communities based on trust and consistency.
"Allyship is not about who you are, but what you do consistently and authentically. Do the work," Twitter said in a blog post, adding that its principles of allyship are simple - learn, ask, show up, and speak up.
"Now is a time to take care -- and take action. Now is a time for #Allyship," Marium Qureshi, a programme manager of Inclusion & Diversity at Twitter, and Jade Williams, a program manager of Emerging Content Products at Twitter, wrote in the blog post.
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