A: We offer a wide range of training designed to foster Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEI&J) in your organization. These include:
- Courageous Conversations
- Implementing Equity Strategic Change
- Leveraging Whiteness: From White Privilege to White Accountability & Action
- Culturally Competent Supervision & Leadership
- LGBTQIA+ Basics and Creating An Affirming Environment
- A variety of customized training options
You can learn more by visiting our services page.
A: Our standard rate is $400-$500 per unit (1 trainer per hour). We also offer a membership model with annual packages ranging from $5,000 for our 101 Cohort to $25,000 for our comprehensive 301 Culture Cohort.
Each membership level includes a set number of training units and additional services, offering significant value over individual sessions.
Learn more about our membership model.
A: Our availability varies based on the time of year and current bookings. We recommend contacting us as soon as you know you’re interested in our services, and we’ll do our best to accommodate your schedule.
A: We suggest you start by taking our Building Blocks Self-Assessment. This tool will help you understand your organization’s current status and goals regarding DEI&J. After completing the assessment, we recommend booking a consultation to discuss your results and review the best training options for your organization’s needs.
A: Courageous conversations are a key part of our training model. They refer to the skill-building sessions we provide that enable participants and organizations to engage in meaningful cross-racial and anti-oppression dialogues that lead to action and change.
These conversations often tackle difficult topics and challenge existing structures, but they are crucial for fostering an equitable and inclusive environment.
A: Our approach is unique in that we’re not just consultants but a practicing organization. We have spent over a decade transforming our own culture to view all aspects of our agency through an equity lens. We provide training based on field-tested strategies that have driven our own progress, sharing our experiences, successes, and lessons learned with you.
A: We believe in the power of lived experience. Our team has been where you are and has navigated the challenges of creating an equitable, inclusive, and anti-racist culture.
We’re passionate about sharing our knowledge, offering tangible tools and strategies, and supporting your organization’s work toward becoming a change agent for DEI&J.
A: We recognize white individuals’ role and responsibility in dismantling oppression systems. In our training, we provide spaces where white people can explore internalized racism, understand the impacts of white supremacy culture, and develop strategies for accountability and action.
We also ensure that a person of color co-leads training sessions unless the subject pertains explicitly to white fragility or white privilege.
A: Our membership model provides a structured and continuous approach to DEI&J training. Depending on the membership level, benefits include training units, monthly newsletters, group consultation sessions, leadership consultations, and strategic planning and data analysis support.
This model allows us to work closely with your organization and provide ongoing support throughout your equity process. Learn more about our membership model.
A: As part of our commitment to equity and justice, we donate 15 percent of our income to racial justice organizations led by BIPOC individuals. Additionally, we offer pro bono work and reduced rates for training that benefits racial justice organizations. We believe in the importance of actively contributing to the work of racial justice and amplifying BIPOC voices and initiatives.