The Indigenous Heritage Month DEI training session provides a fascinating and rarely experienced look at these important communities.
In this event, attendees will trace how narratives about Indigenous and Native American communities served as justifications for politics, policies, and catastrophic actions. Plus, attendees will get an in-depth look at the reclamation of Indigenous words, such as the original Choctaw name for New Orleans “Bulbancha.” In addition, your team will be immersed in the culture, legends, and traditions of a few Indigenous communities and learn the critical impact these communities have had on the Americas.
The event will be hosted by two studio hosts and two live-streaming guides, including a leading Indigenous scholar who is an enrolled member of the Atakapa-Ishak Nation.
This is NOT a lecture. Instead, this interactive experience shares the unique community, history, and contributions of Native communities.
“My company has offered several virtual tours to our employees with Unexpected Virtual Tours and all of them have been so well done and received rave reviews!”Jessica H.
”THIS is a suprpsingly unparalleled experience...I learned so much...I seriously recommend this for ALL remote teams.Todd H, Beach House Group
In general, the Indigenous Heritage Month event ranges from $20 to $50 USD per person.
Lower pricing is for large groups over 60 guests.
We provide discounted pricing for schools and nonprofits.
Fill out the information below. We will help you create an event that best matches your budget.
60 minute engaging Team Building experience;
2 live in-studio guides;
2 live on-location virtual tour guides
This experience has limited availability between November 13-17 this year. Don’t wait to reserve your team’s spot!
- Fascinating stories of Indigenous history and heritage
- Meaningful live-streaming tours in two communities
- Led by an Indigenous scholar who is an enrolled member of the Atakapa-Ishak Nation
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Indigenous Month FAQs
Details About the Indigenous Heritage Month Virtual Event
The virtual Indigenous team building event includes historically accurate narratives told about the Indigenous and Native American communities throughout United States history.
The diversity, equity, and inclusion learner concept embedded in this experience is that words matter, with an in depth look at the reclamation of Indigenous words,
Our historians spend 400 hours each year on this event researching from many sources.
On the event, the guides share Indigenous history and culture from pre- colonialism to the present day. Your team will leave the event feeling inspired and encouraged to continue exploring untold narratives from different Indigenous communities.
Corporate groups are welcome to provide a short introduction. We allocate about five minutes for opening remarks and our guides will cue your speaker during the introduction sequence.
The Indigenous Heritage Month virtual experience does explore unsettling but honest history of how Indigenous people have been treated in the United States. However, it is inclusive and does not lean politically, telling accurate history from several points of view.
Despite the hard history, companies leave inspired to continue the conversation and education on the concepts explored during the event. Further, schools and community foundations love it. In fact, it truly feels like an immersive training because of the details and on location elements.
The Information in the Indigenous Heritage Month Virtual Event
The experience includes four distinct narratives and will help your team understand the impact of colonialism, historical treaties, and more. As always, we include interactive questions and engaging on-site visits to keep your team engaged and enthusiastic to participate.
The live-streaming guides show locations important to Indigenous Heritage. The exact locations are forthcoming.
With four historians on staff, we ensure our history is accurate. Specifically, we use original source documents to research this event. For example, we use newspapers, diary entries, and more.
Booking the Indigenous Heritage Month Virtual Event
We begin opening spots in September. With limited openings, we recommend reserving your company’s spot early, as we expect this limited experience to sell out.
Yes, we strongly believe that representation matters and we ensure that Indigenous guides and scholars help tell this important story, along with allies as well.
Because this event includes two live-stremaing guides, it cannot be less than 60 minutes.