Professional Development

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Black Femme Survival offers professional development workshops for current educators, advocates.

Whether you are a group of K–12 teachers, administrators, counselors, or nonprofit staff, we provide interactive social justice workshops across the country. Workshops are dynamic and are grounded in anti-oppressive methodologies and serve to assist educators in creating a positive and respectful learning environment where critical conversations can take place.

Unpacking White Supremacy in the Workplace

  • Coming Fall 2019!!

Serving Communities of Color; Thinking Beyond the “Ally”

  • Coming Fall 2019!!

Teaching Justice 101

In this workshop, participants will learn to:

  • Incorporate social justice methods to create and sustain classroom and school environments that honor diversity, equity and justice;

  • Speak up—and teach students to speak up—against bias and injustice; especially microaggressions

  • Identify strategies and resources to build a collaborative and respectful learning community with a diverse group of learners and educators that shifts away from centering whiteness

  • Develop skills and confidence for engaging in and facilitating conversations about race and other critical topics.

Workshop Length:

1-4 hour options



Upon request, initial consultations are a way to dig a little deeper into where your students or collective members are at, in order to create a workshop experience that is truly customizable, before we jump into a workshop. During this time we collaborate on goals and objectives and use context to whatever curriculum or organizing that is in process.

*additional rates apply


Interested in bringing a workshop to your staff?

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