LGBTQ+ workshops and trainings for Pride and beyond.
Experience Christopher Street Tours virtually! Join us for a virtual workshop from anywhere in the world to explore significant milestones and influential figures in LGBTQ+ history through dynamic presentations and interactive discussions.
Our virtual workshops, just like our in-person tours, aim to educate, empower, and promote inclusivity, celebrating the resilience and diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. Embrace the opportunity to learn more about LGBTQ+ history and how it has shaped the world today.
Explore LGBTQ+ history with our virtual events! No matter where you are in the world, you can join us for engaging LGBTQ+ history workshops with knowledgeable facilitators will guide you through a dynamic and interactive virtual experience bringing LGBTQ+ history to life. Participate in real-time discussions and gain a comprehensive understanding of significant milestones, influential figures, and pivotal moments in LGBTQ+ history.
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. A full list of our offerings can be seen below. All events are 60 minutes in length – 45 minutes of content with a 15-minute Q&A.
We can also work with you to create a custom workshop that’s tailored to your specific needs and interests. Please contact us with your ideas! Let’s explore new possibilities together.
An overview of LGBTQ+ history from the 1950s – today, including pre-Stonewall, the Stonewall Uprising, and the evolution of Pride.
An in-depth focus on the Stonewall Uprising of 1969.
Key moments in pre-Stonewall LGBTQ+ activism.
An overview of the past, present, and future of this iconic LGBTQ+ cultural site.
Intended audience: college students. Great for RA training, student leadership retreats, and other higher education trainings.
Intended audience: corporate groups or other employee groups. Great for DEI training, lunch and learns, continuing education sessions, or other trainings.