These partner organizations and facilitators hold the values of Choose Love Now, and allow us to dive deeper into these topics in a private setting.
Suggested Online Courses
Continue to discover and unravel how deeply you can Choose Love Now from your own home with these online videos and courses.
Awakening the Dreamer
Pachamama Alliance present’s this in person or digital course as “a transformative educational program that explores the challenges facing humanity at this critical moment in time and the opportunities we as a human family have to create a new future.”
University of the Poor
To unite and develop leaders committed to the unity of the poor and dispossessed across color lines and other lines of division so as to build a broad-based and powerful movement to end poverty. Within this activity the University of the Poor strives to lay the basic foundation for a network of revolutionaries.
Spiritual Activism Training
Produced by The Network of Spiritual Progressive in association with Tikkun, for a 7 session series of zoom calls and materials to create “an environment in which your desire for a loving, caring, just, and sustainable world will be embraced and encouraged. You will be given the tools you need to bring that vision into the world through concrete proposals and programs that can create lasting systemic change.”
Transforming White Privilege (TWP)
We recognize that white privilege and white culture are contentious terms and difficult issues with which to grapple in many settings. We went into the development of the curriculum with a strong belief that the effort to grapple with them would be worth it for the participants, particularly in terms of seeing new entry points for positive change.
The curriculum is designed to help current and emerging leaders from a variety of sectors better identify, talk about and intervene to address white privilege and its consequences.
Revolutionary Love Conference
Join multiple organizations, speakers, and leader in New York City at Middle Collegiate Church on April 5th-7th 2019 for a weekend of “addressing issues such as the power of story to train leaders, the use of artistic worship to create multiracial communities, training leaders to manage change and conflict, analyzing the dynamics of race, gender, class and power, and the connections between faith, justice and the economy.”