This training is a great starting place to consider and discuss the personal and organizational dynamics and consequences of social inequality. Unlike standard diversity training, this session offers the gentle exploration and self-reflection of social identities, and how they can impact cultural inclusion or exclusion, without any agenda of blaming or shaming. It is also intersectional in that it takes into account not only race, but also gender, sexuality, social class, and other social identities. Gaining an understanding of the legacy of institutionalized discrimination allows us to make different, more inclusive choices. Hands-on strategies to build cultural inclusion better equips organization members to create a more effective organizational culture.