Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workshops

The National Liberty Museum’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workshops are offered on three topics:

Developing Cultural Awareness

Understanding & Reducing
1 Unconscious/Implicit Bias

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
1 in the Workplace

Each of the above topics is available as two options: a half-day/3-hour workshop or a full-day/6-hour workshop. Or, you can combine two half-day workshops (i.e. Cultural Awareness and Unconscious/Implicit Bias) for a full 6-hour day.

Companies/organizations may bring 3-45 people to your workshop. We suggest that participants serve any or all of the following roles:

Board of Directors
Departmental Teams
Executive Leadership Teams

Managerial Staff
Administrative Staff
Affinity Group Member
Employee Resource Groups
Sales/Retail Staff
H.R. Specialists
For complete information on each workshop, including a detailed Description of the Workshop and Results & Outcomes, click on the workshop topics above or use the navigation bar on the left. Then, use the FORM below to request the workshop(s) you are interested in.


Frequently asked questions about our Workshops:

  1. How should I prepare our participants for our Workshops(s)?

    No preparation is necessary for our Workshops. Participants will be able to proceed to a point of active learning regardless of their familiarity with the subject you have selected. All materials will be provided when your group arrives.

  2. Can /Should I make attendance at our Workshop(s) mandatory?

    Our Workshops are not “compliance training,” therefore outcomes are more successful when participants are interested and willing to learn the information presented.

  3. Can these Workshops be facilitated at my location?

    Our Workshops are not traditional training sessions. They move beyond rote learning to an experience that is enhanced by the sights, sounds and stories that are presented at this Museum. Therefore, our workshops are not currently designed for presentation at your location.

  4. What is the fee for a Workshop?

    Since every organization has different expectations for these workshops, varying numbers of participants, and other specific requirements, we ask that you submit a request to receive a quote.  Please use the form at the bottom of this page.

  5. Is catering included with our Workshop?

    No, catering is not included. However, we have a list of preferred caterers that are used by our Museum. We can create a catering package for your group that meets their taste preferences and fits your budget.

  6. How was your DE&I curriculum developed?

    Our curriculum was created in partnership with Viewpoint Unlimited, a Philadelphia-based company that has been teaching the subject of Diversity and Inclusion to business, nonprofit, education and social sectors since 1999.

  7. Who facilitates your DE&I Workshops?

    In collaboration with Viewpoint Unlimited, our Workshops are facilitated by expert DE&I trainers.


Please use this form to request a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workshop for your company/organization.

  • *Required
    Check ONE for a half-day workshop. Check ONE or TWO for a full-day Workshop.
  • (Must be between 3-45 people.)
  • Thank you for your interest in the National Liberty Museum's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workshops. We will contact you shortly with a proposal for your program. Any questions, please contact Kevin Orangers at diversity@libertymuseum.org or call 215-925-2800, ext. 133.

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