Pride Programs

Virtual and in-person workshops and trainings for Pride and beyond.

LGBTQ+ History Workshops

Experience Christopher Street Tours’ Pride Programs in both virtual and in-person formats. Join our virtual Pride Programs from anywhere in the world to explore significant milestones and influential figures in LGBTQ+ history through dynamic presentations and interactive discussions. For a more immersive experience, our in-person Pride Programs take you on a journey through local LGBTQ+ history, fostering dialogue and connection.

Whether you choose virtual or in-person, our Pride Programs aim to educate, empower, and promote inclusivity, celebrating the resilience and diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. Embrace the opportunity to expand your knowledge and contribute to a more equitable future with Christopher Street Tours.

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Virtual Pride Programs: Explore LGBTQ+ History from Anywhere

Discover the convenience and accessibility of our virtual Pride Programs. No matter where you are in the world, you can join us for engaging LGBTQ+ history workshops. Our knowledgeable facilitators will guide you through a dynamic and interactive virtual experience, bringing LGBTQ+ history to life. Engage in real-time discussions and gain a comprehensive understanding of significant milestones, influential figures, and pivotal moments in LGBTQ+ history. Whether you’re a student, educator, or passionate advocate, our virtual Pride Programs offer a convenient way to expand your knowledge, foster inclusivity, and contribute to a more equitable world.

In-Person Pride Programs: Immerse Yourself in LGBTQ+ History

Experience the power of our in-person Pride Programs, tailored to create an immersive and transformative journey into LGBTQ+ history. Led by our experienced facilitators, you’ll gain a firsthand perspective on the struggles and triumphs of the community. Engage in interactive workshops, foster dialogue, and reflect on the diversity and resilience of LGBTQ+ individuals. Our in-person Pride Programs provide a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding, celebrate LGBTQ+ history, and create meaningful connections. Join us for an unforgettable experience that will inspire personal growth and empower you to become an agent of change in your own community.

Celebrate LGBTQ+ History

At Christopher Street Tours, we invite you to participate in our Pride Programs – engaging LGBTQ+ history workshops designed to educate, empower, and foster inclusivity. Whether you choose our virtual Pride Programs for a convenient online experience or our in-person Pride Programs for an immersive journey, you’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of LGBTQ+ history and culture. Join us as we celebrate significant milestones, honor influential figures, and explore the vibrant tapestry of LGBTQ+ communities. Let’s work together toward a more equitable and accepting future. Embrace the opportunity to expand your knowledge, ignite personal growth, and contribute to a world that celebrates diversity and equality.

Our Pride Programs

Christopher Street Tours provides professional and customizable workshops and trainings regarding diversity and inclusion, specifically with LGBTQ+ themes and topics. Our trained staff are knowledgeable experts in the material, both in theory and in practice. 

All presentations can be offered virtually and in-person. To see a full list of our offerings, please see the descriptions below. All events are 60 minutes in length – 45 minutes of content with a 15-minute Q&A. 

The History of Pride

An overview of LGBTQ+ history from the 1950s – today, including pre-Stonewall, the Stonewall Uprising, and the evolution of Pride.

Stonewall: the Birthplace of the Modern Gay Rights Movement

An in-depth focus on the events that occurred during the Stonewall Uprising of 1969.

Early Moments of Queer Resistance

Key moments in pre-Stonewall LGBTQ+ activism.

The Legacy and Impact of the Chelsea Piers

An overview of the past, present, and future of this iconic LGBTQ+ cultural site.


LGBTQ+ Allyship: Creating an Inclusive Campus Environment 

Intended audience: college students. Great for RA training, student leadership retreats, and other higher education trainings.


LGBTQ+ Allyship: Creating an Inclusive Work Environment 

Intended audience: corporate groups or other employee groups. Great for DEI training, lunch and learns, continuing education sessions, or other trainings.

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