past seasons

Feel free to check out the LS curriculum from former seasons to get a sense of what might be offered in the future, to see options for customized classes you can request, or just to learn from all the materials! To do so, hover your cursor over the words ‘past seasons’ above to see the drop-down menu.


Taking a class was Anjali was truly transformative. Never have I been so challenged, yet felt so cared for at the same time. I left each class with ideas I had never before considered, reflections that made me rethink my sense of self, complexities unearthed and explored, and a deep feeling of belonging and having … Continue reading Alison A.

Alison A.

Liberation Spring will literally blow your mind. It creates a much needed space for unlearning and relearning. Your fragility will be tested. The community of learning is supportive and Anjali is a walking encyclopedia. Wanna make a change in the way you navigate the world? Then this course is for you.

Uzo N. MSN RN decolonial activism

Taking courses with Liberation Spring has been a global learning experience for me. Within Anjali’s courses I have been challenged, expanded, created community and have learned about new ways of seeing the world and what is possible in education. This classes are transformational personally and professionally and although the content can be confronting, I am … Continue reading Nicole M., MA

Nicole M., MA feminist activist class

I am a lifelong student, and Liberation Spring is one of the most deeply satisfying learning environments that I have ever been a part of. Anjali is extraordinarily gifted at curating exceptional content from diverse sources. I also love that the content is accessible to all, even those not enrolled in the class. Anjali creates … Continue reading Leah H.

Leah H. feminist activist class

Gaslight the System was the first course I took at Liberation Spring and it opened up dialogue, critical thoughts, and deep self-reflections. I remember being really drawn to the title of the course and feeling like it strung some beautiful chords for me. It held space to speak freely on what my thoughts were. Liberation … Continue reading Ji Y.

Ji Y. feminist activist class