Anti-Bias Training

Help challenge assumptions, uncover and acknowledge biases, and establish a culture of genuine equity, inclusion, and justice in our daily lives.

 

The Alliance Theatre is pleased to announce new anti-bias training for corporations, non-profits, educators, and families. These courses, developed and taught by Alliance Theatre facilitators, are designed to be a resource for identifying and rooting out implicit biases based on race, gender, age, sexuality, and more.

Originally developed in 2018 as required training for teaching artists leading classes and camps, this unique training has already been delivered to 250+ staff and board members from the Alliance Theatre, High Museum of Art, and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Now you can bring it to your company, school, or home!

 

Alliance​@work Anti-Bias Training for Corporations & Nonprofits

Presented by the Alliance’s award-winning corporate training program Alliance​@work, this 2.5-hour customizable training uses theater-based learning strategies to help challenge assumptions, acknowledge biases, and establish a culture of genuine equity, inclusion, and justice in our workplaces and lives. Nonprofit rates available.

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Anti-Bias Training for Educators

The Alliance Theatre Institute offers this professional learning event for groups of educators at the district and school levels. Utilizing components of theater to deconstruct personal bias in our lived experiences, the workshop equips educators with the ability to infuse anti-oppression tools into educational practices.

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Fearless Families: A Workshop for Allies and Little Allies-in-the-Making

Fearless Families: A Workshop for Allies and Little-Allies-in-the-Making uses play as tool for learning. Designed for ages 6-12, this 1-hour workshop utilizes our voice, body, and imagination to dig deeper into the difficult conversation of race and injustice in a way that is accessible to youth, the young at heart, and their caregivers.

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