We create the healing through everyday practices that build a feminist economy.
We learn to defy the values of a capitalist system based on violence, exhaustion, exploitation, class/race/gender/religious hierarchy, and separation from one another.
We name, recognize, and support the forms of invisible labor that sustain life and change the world.
15 audio lectures covering the book's content (5.5 hours total).
105 Meditations Course Workbook (122 pages).
Complete transcripts for the audio lectures (120 pages).
Recommended additional readings helping you connect ideas across fields of study (including religious studies, Indigenous studies, and Black studies).
Links made between the content of the historical study, our lived and embodied experiences today, and how we imagine and co-create social change.
Guidance for contemplative, holistic, and trauma-informed feminist learning practices.
Understand the relationship between enslaved labor, waged labor, and unwaged labor in the transition to capitalism.
Unpack how patriarchal Christian religious hierarchies perpetuated colonial racial hierarchies.
Perceive a lost history—i.e. how women resisted patriarchal power; how the poor revolted against enclosures of the commons within Europe; and how the witch hunts inflamed misogyny to suppress and divide movements for change.
Contemplate that to heal patriarchy, capitalism, and white supremacy, we need to feel and analyze how the daily exhaustion these systems perpetuate—especially on women's bodies— impacts our capacity to tear injustice down.
Start to build together the practices to imagine and create new feminist economies for our justice-making that sustain the labors of transformation.