making your impact as good as your intentions
Could you use support in strengthening a project? This could include any form of community engagement, such as activism, publishing, building a curriculum or campaign, unlearning oppressive stories, or practicing deeper allyship. Does your hustle in the non-profit industrial complex have you yearning for a more life-affirming contribution to the struggle? Maybe your project is clarifying how you’d like to contribute to a contemporary social justice movement. Perhaps you’re trying to figure out what it means to decolonize your mind. Liberation Spring is here to aid you in these endeavors.
I am available to share customized feedback on your project so that it can be as decolonial and effective as possible. Depending upon your interests, I can share resources (readings, film, art, other forms of cultural production, organizations, events to attend, possible contacts, etc.) and constructive feedback (questions for reflection, development suggestions, practical activities) on your creations and processes. With most of my independent study students, we’ll meet two to five times a month to get into their unique learning and unlearning journeys. We collectively envision possibilities and a flexible framework for implementation.
A few examples of projects that current participants are working on include the following: building an intentional community, creating a zine, writing a book, finding a purposeful calling, starting social enterprises, collaborating on a community garden, and (re)connecting with ancestry.
Some participants tune in remotely, so feel free to connect regardless of your geographical location.
LS is entirely donation-based, so please offer whatever feels like a fair gift to you. LS could certainly use financial support and participants are coming from varied backgrounds, so I leave the offering amount entirely up to y’all to determine.
I’ve had the joy of learning from Anjali Nath since Fall 2015. She brings her vast knowledge of social justice, community building, and creating change to education. I was deeply impressed by her passion and genius. Her articulation of ideas is incredibly engaging. She is actually the best speaker and presenter I have ever heard – and I’m not exaggerating. She is eloquent, clear, and engaging. And. her voice is so melodious that one feels captivated by what she is expressing.
Actually, I think her poise and clarity of speech is reflective of someone who walks the talk on all levels. Anjali is deeply spiritual and has done the inner work to engage with people in a highly inspiring, transformational manner. And, that is what we need today: people committed to the evolutionary path to create a happier, healthier world for all.
I consulted with Anjali regarding a particular controversial topic I was challenged by in my own activist and academic work. Our conversations helped me to navigate the subject with more clarity and courage moving forward.
Anjali is a visionary of our time. Anyone would be blessed to learn from her and be guided by her. –Charlotte Cressey