The CSC workshop format includes a combination of large and small group activities and dialogue. This approach ensures that all participants develop a common framework and vocabulary, and that each individual has an opportunity to engage critically with the content. The CSC 3 model integrates the arts and restorative practices, and aligns with nationally recognized standards. Participants engage with key terms and concepts related to identity, culture, power, oppression, and informed action.
Specific area of focus include: race, ethnicity, and structural racism, intersectionality, cultural responsiveness, interrupting implicit bias, and institutional equity.
Workshops can be designed to meet the specific needs of a community or organization through consultation, collaborative inquiry, assessment, and planning.