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!
What I appreciate about Liberation Spring most is the fact that it has re-framed what an educational setting, teacher, and learning looks like for me. There is something magical about learning in a family friendly environment, over a delicious meal, in a home lovingly selected for our classes. If you have never tried it, I … Continue reading Ashley Barnes
Intimately transformative, soulfully cleansing, mentally gripping. A brilliant celestial shower of thought and experience that encompasses lifetimes of generational struggle; all well crafted and presented in a way that exposes oneself to both ancestral paths of grounding, and a true wellspring of liberation. For the activist, this is an opening to the infinite possibilities of … Continue reading Sulaiman Hyatt
Anjali Nath MA² is a brilliant, deeply compassionate decolonial revolutionary feminist philosopher and teacher. Her Liberation Spring adult freedom school is a superb opportunity to connect or reconnect mind, body and spirit in service of our collective liberation. As a former participant in the critical race theory workshops, I found resonances in our weekly sessions … Continue reading John Hayakawa Torok, JD, PhD.
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 Nwankpa MSN, … Continue reading Uzo Nwankpa MSN, RN
Liberation Spring has been an incredible source of learning and a place to come together for our collective unlearning. The process of discovering the roots which are the foundation for creating a more just and loving relationship with life itself are just the beginning of the gifts of this education. I’m immensely grateful for Anjali … Continue reading Michelle Dench