Invisible Labor, Gender, & Race
Most attempts at change are not sustainable because the invisible psychic, emotional, and intellectual work is outsourced to women and BIPOC. Learn a language for this problem and the practices to intervene, as well as access teaching from our popular Caliban and the Witch in a Time of Covid-19 course.
Facing Racism, Antisemitism, and Patriarchy
Feminist change work tackles— simultaneously— multiple forms of oppression that do not exhibit in the same way. Learn texts from feminist history that built coalitions across different communities through understanding, in rigorous ways, how different systems of oppression are entangled but not the same.
Feminist Learning for Men
Feminist learning for men is complicated! Male defense mechanisms block deep learning; fear and shame take over instead of humility, presence, and curiosity. But the good news is because feminism is a practice (not a set of dogmas) men can learn how to stay present (to themselves and others) in order to begin the healing work of dismantling patriarchy in their relationships and communities.
These 2-3-hour seminars and full day retreats are for small cohorts of leaders within one organization who are committed to studying how to participate in gender and racial justice.
Cohorts are generally 5 to 11 participants, who may access the vault of Feminism School core classes, as well as have customized curriculum designed for them based on their industry.
Dr. George offers stand-alone workshops and longterm educational DEI programming for a wide variety of industries—from business leaders, to K-12 teachers, to religious leaders, to artists and journalists. The heart of the work is always collaboration across fields of knowledge, as she teaches and translates the value of intersectional feminist studies to visionary leaders invested in co-creating change in their spheres of influence.
Contact us for a consult to discuss a training at your organization.