InSite offers a wide-range of single workshops, day-long retreats, ongoing partnerships. All workshops include:
- 1 hour consultation
- Tailored workshop to your professional field
- 2 facilitators
- Feedback notes/take aways
- 1 hour post-consultation
*We understand that not all organizations have a budget, please contact us for discount or free rates.
Foundations of Racial Equity
3 hours or Full day ($1000 or $5000)
This workshop focuses on bringing leaders, staff members, and community members into shared understanding and language around diversity, equity, and inclusion. Participants learn about the 4-levels of racism, what it means to share-power, and how "white privilege" can shift to white allyship.
3 hours ($750 - $1000)
In this workshop, we invite participants to dismantle the ways that whiteness operates to block the processes and outcomes of racial equity. Addressing Whiteness examines “whiteness,” to understand how hierarchies of whiteness operate, intentionally and unintentionally, in institutional, organizational and personal spaces which prohibit racial equity. We provide tools to move beyond diversity to think of equity as a form of radical power-sharing.
Racial Equity in the Arts
3 hours ($500 - $750)
Equity in the arts cultivates the radical roots of creative/artistic practices in ways that uphold community organizing strategies and seek to prevent displacement (imprisonment, loss of home, state sanctioned premature death, deportations) of marginalized communities. This workshop helps practitioners delink the arts from private development and gentrification practices, and fuse cultural/artistic practices with feminist praxis to demand power-sharing, policy change, and to positively impact the material lives of those most impacted by disparity.
Equitable Board Development
3 hours or full day ($1000 or $5000)
Many organization realize that institutional change must start with senior leadership and board membership. In this workshop, participants learn ways that board members can actively support their organization's vision for racial equity and recruit members who reflect the communities their organizations serves. They will also learn about examples of visionary boards and organizations leading the way in equitable engagement.