If the Free Universities can be maintained outside the institutionalized ‘marketplace of ideas,’ they will soon be able to produce more thoughtful and creative people than are produced in traditional educational programs.
-Dr. Vine Deloria Jr. We Talk, You Listen
Liberation Spring LLC is inspired by some of the these approaches to teaching & learning:
Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education, Society special issue on Indigenous Land-Based Education
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Having just completed my first class with Anjali, I am deeply moved by all she offers. In the last three months of my participation in this solidly held container of unlearning, the transformation and movement towards greater liberation from the matrix has been profound. There is a wisdom she shared and an astute understanding of … Continue reading S.G.
When I first came across Liberation Spring, I was blown away by the courses offered. The content taught in Liberation Spring courses contained the very things I wished we were talking about in my Master’s Social work program. It’s given me a clearer perspective on how the harmful systems we want to push against and dismantle … Continue reading Madeline Adele
Participating in Liberation Spring has been a transformative experience for which I am truly grateful. I initially joined, almost a year ago, largely out of curiosity and the desire for some kind of community with the priority of fighting against injustice. I was really blown away by the knowledge I gained, the connections made, and … Continue reading Grace S.
Liberation Spring is essential education towards habitable and just futures. Spending time in this learning community dials up the brightness of the north star of decolonial feminist inquiry as a guiding orientation to navigate the core issues and root conditions of our time. It is a joy and honor to learn from Anjali, to experience … Continue reading Zara Z.
This class held space for me where I would not have thought to do so, for myself. After reflecting on the lessons, I’ve learned more than I thought I did. New relationships, sisterhood, and people who come to me to hold space have helped me realize that. I am more clear about my boundaries and … Continue reading Anonymous