In Person Workshops 

Themes: Anti-oppression workshops focused on gender and race

Lengths: half day (4 hours), full day (6 hours)

“What’s the practical application of anti-oppression in your work + life?”

Filtered through a lens of anti-oppression, we will understand and begin to challenge systems of thought that aim to take power, agency, and autonomy from the most marginalized among us. We will focus on helping participants identify who they could be without the legacy of inequity.

The workshop will include:

  • Pop culture references and educational resources that help participants to understand dynamics of power at the individual, interpersonal, and institutional (systems) level

  • Collaborative, group work that empowers participants to engage in conversations defined by community agreements which account for lived experiences, identity, and social location

  • Complex concepts and topics broken down to be accessible and comprehensive


  • Post workshop, free consulting hour with client to debrief and share recommendations and next steps based upon the client’s needs.


  • Half day: $3600 (18 participants max.) + $125 per person

  • Full day: $5000 (18 participants max.) + $125 per person

What To Expect:

  • 60-90-minute intake interview

  • Inclusive Materials for workshop

  • 60-minute post-workshop debrief call

  • One-hour free consulting call

What People Have Said:

I wish that I had a workshop like that during my diversity class in pre-teaching courses. It made me realize how much more work I have to do.”  Workshop Participant, Museum of Modern Art, 2018

McKensie is an incredible speaker. They make difficult subject matter approachable, and they're funny as hell!” Workshop Participant, Museum of Modern Art, 2018

The session was excellent!! Bunny is a great presenter who tackled complex, uncomfortable themes in a considered and graceful manner. I was longer, as it had the potential to be a robust conversation.” - Workshop Participant, Museum of Modern Art 2018

"McKensie's workshop at the Allied Media Conferene felt like an anecdote. It was a perfect mixture of entertainment, medicine, and inspiration. I came to AMC to be moved and this session moved me the most. So, thank u." - Allied Media Conference Participant, Wayne State University