LGBTQ2S+ 101 is an introductory, interactive workshop that provides a baseline education on the topics of LGBTQ2S+ identities, terminology and empathy-building.
Allies in Action is an in-depth workshop focusing on actionable ways to promote allyship in participants’ communities through skill building and art creation.
The Race, Culture & Queerness workshop uses an intersectional lens to empathize with racialized communities and broaden conceptions of queerness.
Interpersonal Consent is an introductory, interactive and skill building workshop built around consent and communication. Students examine gender norms, sexual pressures and complications related to consent
The Consent Culture workshop centres on discussing the impacts of rape culture, defining important terms and concepts, and sparking desire for positive change in students’ communities.
The goal of the #MeToo #NowWhat? workshops is to highlight stories of survivors and perpetrators of sexual violence. Participants learn tools to support peers impacted by sexual violence and discuss what accountability can look like.
The Spoken Word Inclusion Assemblies bring 1-3 acclaimed spoken word artists to speak directly to students about their experiences coming out as queer. The assembly starts with a spoken word poetry performance and ends with a facilitated question and answer period
Art Workshops use a variety of art forms, including visual arts and spoken word poetry, to explore equity and inclusion. Professional artists lead youth in immersive activities to engage with topics that can be difficult to approach, including consent culture, gendered media representations, and LGBTQ2S+ allyship.