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Liberation Spring is exactly what I was looking for before I dared let myself imagine it: a space where my full self is welcomed, nourished, necessary. A place to unlearn and learn that centers indigenous women and women of color’s genius and is fiercely decolonial. A community dedicated to healing from violent paradigms that would … Continue reading T.A.
Liberation Spring empowers and motivates me through my process of unlearning and learning. I am consistently inspired by the work of my peers and mentor, who move with humility and grounded intentionality. I appreciate the value of intellectual knowledge as well as the somatic, the spiritual, the emotional knowledge that comes from our lived experiences, … Continue reading Nicole G
Liberation Spring Is a river that shapes me Softening edges Your healing and mine There is no separation Decolonize now Unlearn to relearn Truth and authenticity Self-loving classroom Accepted, challenged Alternate alternatives What brings you alive? We collaborate We show up for each other No obligation Radical self care While creating new structures Listen to … Continue reading Ross W
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 … Continue reading Charlotte C
This work is ground-making. This learning and unlearning literally allows new earth to emerge beneath our collective feet to gently and consciously stand in our truth and growth. My edges were met by the course material and I was able to move through some painful unlearning and since then feel more whole in myself. I … Continue reading aeow