The Good Trouble Virtual Team Building Event for Black History Month shares the story of Black resistance through mass action from the 1500s through the present day. This event is designed for remote and hybrid teams to observe and honor Black History Month and highlights art as activism, closely aligning with the 2024 Black History Month theme of African Americans and the Arts.
This is NOT a lecture, but an interactive experience. It is a unique celebration of African American history and incorporates the 2024 Black History Month theme of “African Americans and the Arts” by showcasing how visualization and publicity influenced mass action.
Your team will be transported by our live-streaming guide in Montgomery, Alabama, ranked one of the top places to travel to in 2024 by the New York Times, showing important locations in history like Dexter Avenue Baptist Church as well as the Civil Rights Memorial.
Booking for the Good Trouble Virtual Team Building is available during Black History Month until it sells out. Available in February 14-29, 2024 only.
“WOW!!! Today I joined this amazing journey through the Black History Month Virtual Tour. What an experience it was! The guides' passion and presentation matched the RICH content. I would employ everyone to experience this for your self.”Tony C.
The Good Trouble Team Building event ranges from $20 to $52.50 USD per person.
Lower pricing is available for large groups and virtual-only events.
Limted thematic Treat Boxes are available for $40 plus $11 UPS Ground shipping.
We provide discounted pricing for schools and nonprofits.
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- 60 minute engaging Good Trouble work event, perfect for Black History Month;
- 2 live in-studio guides and 1 live-streaming virtual tour guide;
- Interactive trivia and engaging discourse throughout the event
- Resource page for post event discussion and futher learning
- Optional thematic Treat Box
- Booking Now!
- Available until dates are sold out, February 13-29 only
- Fascinating stories of Black resistance like Elizabeth Key Grinstead, the Stono Rebellion, Barbara Johns, and more
- Live-streamed visits to Montgomery, AL
- The story of John Lewis, who coined the term “Good Trouble”
- Resource page provided after the event for more takeaways
Timeline of Event:
- Introduction (5 min)
- Montgomery, AL at Civil Rights Memorial (5 min)
- San Miguel de Gaudalipe Uprising (5 min)
- Elizabeth Key Grinstead story (5 min)
- Trivia (5 min)
- Montgomery, AL (10 min)
- Unconscious bias and Samuel George Morton (5 min)
- Montgomery, AL at Rosa Parks Statue and bus location (10 min)
- Trivia (5 min)
- Conclusion (5 min)
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Frequently Asked Questions About the
Good Trouble Virtual Team Building for Black History Month
Good Trouble Virtual Tour Details
The Good Trouble team building for Black History Month activities include a deep look at how Black resistance is a part of the American story for freedom and liberty.
Specifically, your team will learn about historic Black leaders like Congressman John Lewis, Barbara Johns, Rosa Parks, Elizabeth Key Grinstead, and more.
This event includes challenging biases and stereotypes. Overall, it’s an inclusive event meant for everyone.
No, we are sure your team will have a great time.
First, this experience highlights incredible history. And, this experience fosters an inclusive workplace.
For more information about what teams say about Unexpected Virtual Tours & Training, check our social media listing for reviews.
Absolutely, corporate groups are welcome to provide a short introduction. We allocate about 3 minutes to the introduction.
First, you will receive a show flow to distribute within your organizing team. Second, we also will provide a quick 1-minute promo to share with your employees.
Generally, no. Your event will start promptly to ensure that your event ends on time. We will admit your team members throughout the event.
The Good Trouble virtual experience is an uplifting experience. Despite discussing hard history like slavery and resistance, it highlights the perserverance and fortitude of Black resisters. This experience will leave your team inspired by learning about centuries-long resistance efforts for liberty and Civil Rights.
Specifically, the DEIA learner concept in this experience is unconcious bias and the strategic use of counter-stereotypes to combat it.
Aditionally, this experience answers many important questions. For example, why should businesses tell stories of diverse leaders? Or, why do diversity and equity committees have impact? Lastly, how do DEI committees provide ROI for companies?
Futhermore, the Good Trouble event shows how teaching Black history led to the work of the Civil Rights Movement. Amplifying minority achievement led to significant social change.
Good Trouble Booking Details
First of all, we encourage you to invite employees — all of them! — to your event. Secondly, this is a celebration of Black achievement that everyone will enjoy.
If you would like to add guest speakers, that is possible.
However, we have found that teams get optimal engagement with a 60 minute event. Our heritage month experience is one hour in length.
At least two of the three guides on this experience will be Black employees.
That being said, as a company focused on inclusion, we include diverse guides to create an inclusive experience.
Good Trouble Treat Box Details
The Good Trouble Virtual Tour does not include its own Treat Box. However, if you’d like to support Black owned businesses along with booking this event, we can send your team the Black History Month Treat Boxes.
First, with advance notice, we can accommodate some food restrictions. But, please get in touch with us if you have specific requirements.
That being said, all of our Treat Boxes are vegetarian. In addition, all boxes include non-perishable foods.
Contact us for large orders. Generally, we can normally provide up to 500 Treat Boxes for a single company.