Our workshops

We offer anti-oppression workshops to local organizations, government departments at all levels, businesses, and more. Please contact us to find out more.

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Anti-racism workshop


In this 3-hour session, participants will be engaged in discussions on white privilege in the context of white supremacy and colonization, understanding racial trauma and how it is perpetuated, conversations on intersectionality and how various marginalized identities (e.g., gender, ability, class, sexual orientation, etc.) intersect to create unique experiences of oppression, and an exploration of ways to reduce unconscious bias and white privilege in the workplace. Through the use of role-playing, exercises methods of enacting allyship will be presented and practiced. The workshop will be highly interactive and participants are asked to be open to challenging their own ways of thinking. As facilitators we promise to give participants space, within reason, to explore difficult questions and concepts. (Note: This does not include the space to debate anyone’s human rights or humanity).


​​​Combating Islamophobia: Building Allyship Workshop


This 3-hour session will examine structural, institutional, interpersonal, and internalized Islamophobia in both the Canadian and global context, including the impact of Islamophobia on Muslims. Participants will be guided through activities to help them uncover their unconscious biases and to recognize and confront Islamophobic microaggressions, including through applying the micro-interventions framework. Participants will also learn to recognize Islamophobia at the ideological and institutional levels along with some strategies to challenge these dimensions of Islamophobia.  This workshop can also be offered in French upon request.

Coming soon....

Exploring anti-Blackness

Responding to microaggressions: What can bystanders do?

Anti-oppression and mental health: What's the relationship?

Thinking big: Challenging white privilege & supremacy

Cultural appropriation/extraction