Feminism School exists to change the narratives on gender—and to support the leaders changing the culture.

Do you believe that healing patriarchy could unleash the creativity and collective resources for building a flourishing world for everyone?

Patriarchy is a system that holds hostage our collective imagination. It keeps us from knowing the powerful legacy of feminist foremothers. 

Patriarchy as a political system enacts conquest, as Indigenous feminists teach.

It is the glue of class, race, and caste hierarchy.

Patriarchy is the ideology of dominance that, as applied to the earth and other-than-human kin, fuels the climate crisis, war, and military occupations.

Our great calling and awakening is to imagine a world healed of patriarchy—and then to use our creativity to birth it. All of us of all genders are invited.
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Opening the Enclosures of the University

contemplative study + feminist leadership training

How do we transform injustices?

  • We know that our joy, our wonder, and our creative purpose are essential to reimagining the world and core to a trauma-informed approach to change.

  • We know, in the words of the great feminist ancestor bell hooks, that feminism is for everyone and men are called to participate and heal, too.

  • We know that ripples grow to waves and that personal, spiritual, and collective transformation are interconnected.

Our Purpose

~Contemplative Feminist Study & Mentorships~
For Leaders Reimagining the World

Drawing on 20 years of Dr George's interdisciplinary research, Feminism School offers courses, seminars, and mentorships to empower feminist, anti-racist, and decolonial leadership.

Our pedagogies are holistic and trauma-informed. Rigorous social theory breathes with creative learning methods, including our signature contemplative feminist writing practices.

Through our graduate-level studies outside the university, our clients awaken to the power and presence of feminist history and scholarship, gaining new intellectual and spiritual tools for their own transformative work in the world.

Our courses have now been taken by participants in 10 countries.

We are living in a time of accelerated change.

Hierarchical systems are being challenged by justice, mutual aid, interconnection, and renewed care for one another and the earth.

Feminist foremothers left us knowledge and practices for building this flourishing world we know is possible. Yet, their inheritance is still being suppressed because patriarchy and white supremacy work through silencing radical knowledge.

The leaders we train bring invaluable knowledges and experiences from their communities and areas of expertise. But most have not had the opportunity to study feminist theory. That's where Feminism School intervenes— teaching texts in Black feminisms, queer of color critique, Indigenous feminisms, religious and spiritual feminisms, and the coalitions built amongst anti-racist white feminists (many of whom are Jewish) and feminists of color.

Our mission is to support leaders in a contemplative feminist education that reconnects the mind, body, and spirit with justice-centered, trauma-informed learning. We teach beyond binaries and offer interdisciplinary rigor found in top-tier graduate programs, while also valuing expansive wonder for the not-yet-known. 

Ultimately, we help people connect their learning to the power of their creativity and community to reimagine the world—whether they are changing politics, art, tech, film, mental health, faith communities, or K-12 education.

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