CAPI 2022 Workshops
Workshops will be listed here as they are finalized.
LGBT+ Rights & Foreign Policy
A run through of the importance of promoting LGBT+ rights abroad, and tools governments like the UK and the US use to do so.
Trans Led & Inclusive LGBTQ Events
Join us for a discussion on Trans Led & Inclusive LGBTQ Events
Town Hall Discussion – PRIDE in the age of COVID-19
Town Hall Discussion: Keeping momentum amid the evolving health landscape – Public Health Imperatives for PRIDE Organizers
PR Basics & Best Practices
Development & Fundraising Basics Workshop Session 3 Friday, March 4th, 2:30 pm Panelists include: Jennifer Bradley, Richard Robinson, and Matthew Seltzer Overview: Join us for an in-depth panel-style discussion about PR [...]
The Justice Side of Pride
Join San Diego Pride executive director, Fernando Lopez for a presentation and roundtable discussion regarding the Pride movement's role within the broader intersectional social justice movement. Attendees will leave with resources and strategies to build scalable community-led justice-centered programming, events, and messaging as well as a better understanding of your 501c3's ability to advocate for issues.
BIPOC Meetup Friday, March 4th, 9:30 am Facilitated by Nicole Williams About Nicole Williams: Nicole Williams, Founder of House of Vegas Pride Summer Cultural Festival that was created [...]
Development & Fundraising Basics
In this workshop, we will discuss fundraising in a post-pandemic world, including sponsorships, events and individual donors.
Finding Your Why & PRIDE 365 Programming
Many of us are on a quest to discover our purpose in PRIDE, and in life in general. If you are on this journey, we hope that this session will help you in your search.
Marketing – You Need a Plan
Marketing without a plan is like waiting for your garden to grow without sowing the seeds. The more care and attention you put into your marketing plan, the more fruitful your marketing will be. Join us for an in-depth discussion on how to implement an impactful marketing program to ensure your event's success.
Small & Rural Pride Meetup
Join us for a community building meetup geared toward small and rural pride organizations.
Event Pivots: Secrets Behind Producing Virtual & Hybrid Events
Over the past two years some LGBTQ+ organizers have gone from live to virtual, to hybrid, to live and back again. Learn the dos and don’t of pivots and virtual events so that you are set up for success.
You Need a Permit for That: Strategies for Working with Government Entities
More information coming soon!
Social Imperatives for Pride Organizers to Support LGBTQ Seniors
This session will involve a presentation on why it is important to engage LGBTQIA+ seniors as well as a discussion with an advocate from Stonewall generation about ways to make your PRIDE celebrations welcoming and more age friendly. It will begin with a brief presentation about why and how to make your PRIDE celebrations more welcoming for LGBTQIA+ seniors. Then we will hold a discussion with Judy Bowenwiener, is a 77-year-old self-proclaimed “Equality-For-All activist,” who lived on Christopher Street at the time of the Stonewall Riots, and she marched with the Gay Activists Alliance in the first PRIDE March.
Mental Health Round Table
The LGTBQ community has increased risks for mental health and substance use disorders, yet the resources are insufficient. Let's talk about ways to educate community providers to be more LGTBQ affirmative and increase the amount of resources available.
Youth Engagement & Programming
More information coming soon!
Party Smart and Sexual Violence Prevention
This workshop is a sexual assault awareness course covering topics such as consent, sexual assault laws, trauma, and how to help victims of sexual violence. It will also go over party safety tips and active bystander intervention. This workshop is a portion of our Party Smart campaign, which is a public awareness campaign to prevent sexual violence within the nightlife space.
Cultural Competency vs. Cultural Humility
This workshop stresses the importance of awareness of different cultures, as well as one’s own culture, and the continued effort of education and self awareness. It’s not a one and done situation. It’s must be a life journey.
Fighting The Same Battles: Veterans & LGBTQIA+ Communities
Veterans are often overlooked and underappreciated. This brings to light the importance of outreach to veterans and how we can better advocate for each other since our issues are so interconnected. A discussion about breaking down assumptions, opportunities for building more inclusive Pride spaces, and how our issues are closely related. The workshop will be provided with print materials in addition to engaged discussions.