Pride Month ideas are activities you can use to celebrate and recognize the LGBTQ+ community at work. Celebrants in the US, Canada, Brazil, Hungary, Australia, and Greenland observe Pride month in June. Examples of Pride Month ideas for the office include LGBTQ+ historic sites and landmark visits, charity donations, and office decorations. These activities aim to help teams reflect on sexual orientation inequities. Pride Month office activities will also help your workforce make meaningful actions in eliminating workplace discrimination. Here is our list of the best Pride Month ideas in Workplace to celebrate Pride Month at work.
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You can take meaningful action to create change in sexual orientation inequalities at work. From Pride Month trivia to diversity training and pride swag contests, here is a list of our best Pride Month ideas in Workplace.
1. Pride Trivia
Pride Trivia is among the best Pride Month office games. This 60-minute event is fully-facilitated by a high energy host. Your group divides into teams and competes against each other in various trivia formats and mini games. The questions span a wide-range of categories and are designed to celebrate LGBTQ+ history and the real lived experiences of the community. The game is both competitive and collaborative and encourages small group interaction. Although most popular in June,, this trivia is available year-round and makes a great diversity activity. Pride Month Trivia is available in in-person, hybrid, and virtual versions. The facilitator can run the game in your office, event space, conference, retreat, or party venue.
2. Pride playlist
A pride playlist is one of the simplest yet effective Pride Month spirit week ideas for work. You can get every employee in your workforce to participate by letting teams share a favorite song by an LGBTQ+ artist or a song that embodies the idea of Pride. Then, you can compile a playlist and play it at lunch hour or when teams are about to head out.
Pride songs ideas:
- “True Colors” by Cyndi Lauper
- “Vogue” by Madonna
- “I’m Coming Out” by Diana Ross
- “Girls Like Girls” by Hayley Kiyoko
- “Make Me Feel” by Janelle Monae
- “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)’’ by Lil Nas X
- “Honey” by Kehlani
- “Nothing But the Love” by Wrabel
You can also provide teams with drinks and snacks and let all participants dance to the playlist.
3. Pride Month dress code
A Pride Month dress code is an all-inclusive work activity that encourages all workers to wear Pride colors in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. For instance, light blue, pink, and white are the colors of the Trans Pride Flag, while pink, yellow, and blue represent the pansexual flag. Let teams dress in other Pride flag colors such as the progress, bisexual, asexual, and genderfluid pride flags.
4. Pride Month office decoration
Decorating the office with the Pride Flag colors may seem like a simple act. However, the rainbow flag office decorations are an impactful way to remind workers of the company’s support for the LGBTQ+ community. Pride Month office decorations are also the easiest ways to demonstrate that the office is a safe and inclusive space for all workers, regardless of their identity.
For this activity, let all workers participate in decorating the office. For example, you can have each department make and hang rainbow flags in their offices while team leaders decorate the common areas in the company.
Give everyone a small whiteboard and let them write their preferred pronouns on it. Afterwards they will show it one by one. This way, one can be open about their preferred pronouns and others can respect it and can use it for them.
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