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 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 Onaeze Emeziem
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 Cressey
A collective exists to uplift, challenge, unify, and liberate ourselves and the various communities in which we exist! Since attending Liberation Spring I have been completely supported in decolonizing and reclaiming the existence of my Ancestors. Anjali brings an incredible, truly captivating, engaging, and profound Spirit to our group which is Beyond what I have … Continue reading Anonymous
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
One of our Liberations Spring cohort recently spoke during a sesh of creating a brave space. In our collective, we do just that: work in solidarity to create a brave space, at once interrogating, transgressing, and transcending dominant learning paradigms, putting theory into practice, and turning conventional academic practice on its head—all in third-space style. … Continue reading Kris Grossman