This sounds wonderful.
My first thought on reading over this list / schedule is to wonder if it’s possible to combine activities 4 and 5 or to flip them. Because I think creating a role-play would be incredibly helpful to people coming to an understanding of intersectionality and its role in critical pedagogy.
I’ve never put on a critical pedagogy workshop, but in talking about it with others (who have mostly been my students) it’s been important for us to get to know each other, not just as an exercise in trust, but also in order to talk about the idea of speaking for ourselves from where we are as an honest place to begin discourse. That one way we learn from each other is by knowing where each of us comes to the discussion from.
Hope this helps. I will watch how this evolves. 🙂