Changing the Culture Programs
Feminist Theory Leadership Training for Men
“Kimberly’s work is transformative, immersive. It spans the histories and margins of race, culture, identity, and masculinity exploring the many intersections and tensions that exist therein—all while eliciting constant reflection and growth from participants. Her program can, without question, change of the culture of a school, and immeasurably enrich the experiences of male faculty, helping to empower them with knowledge, perspective, and tools necessary to teach and lead in the 21st century.”
Ryan Aiello (Director of Curriculum and Instruction)
Hear men describe their experiences in the learning programs.
Dean of Middle School
Assistant Director of Community Involvement
There is a big difference between indoctrination into social justice language and being on a healing feminist journey. A.J. talks about his experience in this Men Learning Feminism interview (episode #11) of Writing Feminist Life Together.
What if we were living a moment of history when feminist ideas could unleash more creativity, more healing, more connection, and more justice?
And what if more men wanted to take part?