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Group Programs

Ready to play your way to liberation and build some deep connections while you're at it? Join us for one of our 7-week cohorts! Each cohort is based on one of our PSCU pathways, is emergent in style, and offers participants a chance to feel confident and resourced in their divestment work. If you see a registration button below the description, it means we are currently taking applications for upcoming cohorts! No button means no cohort at this time, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay informed about when registration opens again.

Liberate Your Dollars

Along this pathway, we explore the intersections of white supremacy, capitalism, & cisheteropatriarchy. We consider wealth redistribution an essential component of our ancestral healing work. Throughout this pathway, we break down our “money stories”, or how we learned to relate to money, and move beyond philanthropy, creating divestment strategies that move not just our dollars but our belief systems and energy away from oppressive systems so we are free to invest in more sustainable + reparative futures!


Raising Radicals

This pathway is for parents, teachers, mentors, educators, and generally anyone concerned with the upbringing of future generations. We look at how systems of oppression show up in our child rearing practices, and align ways of redirecting our energy into approaches that enable our children to come fully into themselves. 

Belly Talk

Also known as "Baubo Coven," this pathway invites us to consider a loving relationship to our bodies outside of fatphobia and reminds us how to worship the fat femme form. Through deep belly laughter + imagining queer futures, we romance our bodies, access embodied information, explore how our sensuality and sexuality can be implemented as a means of disruption, + discuss health beyond fatphobia + disembodiment.


Creative Confidence

Here we explore how to infuse our activism, art, and healing with more play + magic to address high rates of burnout amongst changemakers. Through this pathway, we aim to strike a balance of dismantling systems of oppression with feeling confident in our ability to create systems of care.

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