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.


My favorite part of LS has been the growing sense of empowerment and awakening I feel as a result of working through resources in a non-hierarchical community of fellow thirsty travelers who share a longing for imagining and creating realities that are juicy. No matter how “crazy” I have felt for most of my life, … Continue reading Grace D.

Grace D. feminist activist class

I started @ LS during the autumn season of 2018 with “GasLight The System.” That class in particular struck so many chords with me in my adult life. Liberation Spring is a real undertaking: there are no gods too mighty to remove from their pedestals for examination; there are no authorities beyond reproach; there are … Continue reading Zanda P.

Zanda P.

Anjali is a superb teacher. I have taken about four Liberation Spring classes, and in each one, the readings and other resources have given me new ways to think and feel about consent and violence and the roots and out-growths of colonialism, to name just a few big themes. Anjali shapes and guides each class … Continue reading Anonymous

Anonymous feminist activist class

After six seasons with Liberation Spring covering themes from food to the erotic, technology to spirituality, consciousness to revolution, I can honestly say that the un/learning offered here by Anjali and everyone who joins has already changed my life, and I have no intention of going anywhere anytime soon. Liberation Spring homework and discussion and … Continue reading Bax

Bax

Liberation Spring is a vital wellspring that has quenched a thirst I didn’t even know I had. Like a moving body of water, ever-flowing, dynamic and powerful, participating in this community has consistently generated insight, resonance and inspiration in my experience. It has washed through my life and re-shaped the way I relate to learning. I had no … Continue reading Kelsey G.

Kelsey G. decolonial activism