Discover what diversity experts are calling one of the most relevant and compelling programs they’ve scheduled. From all types of organizations, the feedback is unanimousThe Defamation Experience & Just Cause: The Experience inspire true self-examination and guides long-lasting conversations.

Ty Furman, Managing Director, BU Arts Initiative, Boston University, Boston, MA

"The conversation after the play is what sets this experience apart and allows the audience to think through what they have seen performed on the stage. This interactive piece allowed students on our campus to parse through their initial response(s) and to confront their own biases and experiences."

Gia M. Adeen, Assistant Director, EEO & Diversity, Case Western University, Cleveland, OH

"We have many social justices related programs and conversations on campus around these issues but THE DEFAMATION EXPERIENCE was such a fresh new way to engage in the dialogue we want our students to be having. Thank you!"

Ke’Ana A. Bradley, Assistant Director, Multicultural Student Programs and Services, Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, IN

"THE DEFAMATION EXPERIENCE was one of the best ways I have found to talk about our differences in a way that invites everyone to the table and gives them the confidence they need to add their voice to the conversation."

Kenny E. Yarbrough, Th.D., CDP, Chief Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, The University of Wisconsin Whitewater, Whitewater, WI

"My campus experienced one of the greatest transformative events I’ve witness in my time of UWW. This play evoked the participant to dig deep into their own biases while trying to remain objective. The most poignant portion was the interaction and reactions from our students. They were able to navigate and articulate nuances from the play that made the entire audience pause."

Ilan Rodriguez, Director of Student Multicultural Programming, Milton Academy, Milton, MA

"The Defamation Experience is an eye-opening program that will be sure to spark an ongoing, important conversation."

Jennifer Humphreys, Operations Associate for Student Affairs, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

"It is unlike any professional development our division has experienced and I know we will be talking about it for a long time. Further, it provides an entryway into difficult discussions in a surprising and creative way."

Annette Watters, M.A.Ed., Diversity Outreach Project Manager, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

"Attendees left THE DEFAMATION EXPERIENCE with an amplified understanding of biases and how they are attained as well as a greater understanding of the need to and importance of interrupting biases when they surface."

Jamel A. Hodges, Ed.D., Assistant Director, Multicultural Services and Programs (MSP) University of Georgia, Athens, GA

"THE DEFAMATION EXPERIENCE provides the audience with the opportunity to grapple internally with our own ideas about race, socioeconomic status, gender and other factors. The play and the guided discussion were incredible and left everyone in attendance with a new understanding of their own personal perceptions of our different categories of diversity."

Cherise James, Associate Director of Orientation & Lower Division Programming, Dean of the College, Dean of Students, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

"I was incredibly impressed by the entire creative process, the experience overall and blown away by the rich and deep discussion that transpired post-play."

Todd Bryson, Interim Associate Chancellor for Diversity, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Carbondale, IL

"Outstanding program! The post-show discussion was certainly thought provoking, and we were pleased to see so much interaction by the audience. We feel this was a highly successful event and hope to bring you back to SIU!"

Kim Ochere, Program Director, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL

"Our experience was tremendous! This was not only the commencement of very important conversations, but for many weeks thereafter. Students remarked that this was one of the best diversity education experiences they’d had."

Marietta Watts, Executive Diversity Liaison, Office of Institutional Diversity, University of Kentucky, Louisville, KY

"This was a wonderful vehicle to begin the necessary discussions. Discussions and dialogues will naturally take place long after the Experience is over."

Contact us today to learn how this interactive diversity programming can make a difference for your organization.