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.


I found Liberation Spring during a confusing and frustrating time in my life. As a Muslim American, I constantly felt rejected by the place I called home and was struggling to reconcile and honor all of my identities. LS was a space in which I could sit with the discomfort, gather my strength, and channel … Continue reading Sadia S.

Sadia S. decolonial activism

I happened to stumble upon Liberation Spring- by chance, a friend invited me on the very first day of the summer gathering. It was a pleasant surprise and I found myself eager to return. These weekly gatherings were perhaps the core of my summer, which was essential in redirecting my energies, uncovering layers of feelings, … Continue reading Ozichi O. E.

Ozichi O. E. feminist activist class

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.

T.A. decolonial activism

This class and the instructor Anjali Nath were so transformative for my growth. At the time of this course I was processing deep sexual trauma that I had just acknowledged that I was holding, and this space not only opened my mind tremendously through a thorough and scholarly framework, but also helped to call into … Continue reading Fatima N.

Fatima N. feminist activist class

  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 … Continue reading Ross W.

Ross W. decolonial activism