As a justice- and equity-focused organization, we believe that all people have the right to determine if, when, and how they choose to carry or terminate a pregnancy.
One of our goals as a nonprofit press committed to healing and justice is using our positionality to help seed other organizations doing systems-change work. For the last three years, we've focused on supporting Black-led organizations...
Sometimes finding a book starts with one good backyard conversation.
Such was the case with Dr. Loraine Van Tuyl’s book of healing, Soul Authority: Liberatory Tools to Heal from Oppressive Patterns and Restore Trust in Your Heart Compass.
The most critical wellspring of social change isn't what we've been led to believe. In practice, it's healing—deep, personal, systemic, inside and out—that transforms movements. Read an excerpt of the book we can't stop talking about.
An Indigenous environmental scientist breaks down why western conservationism isn’t working–and offers Indigenous models informed that center the voices of Latin American women and land protectors.
Queer critique, queer practice—Jacoby Ballard's new book offers embodied meditation and yoga teachings for healing from trauma and social injustice. Click the image above to read an excerpt!
"In every situation I can blossom. Breathing in and breathing out, I know…I AM PEACEFUL."
Beautifully and brightly illustrated, My Heart Flies Open takes young readers on a yoga journey to mindful reflection, self-discovery, and self-love.
A new release exploring the intersections of Blackness, gender, fatness, health, and the violence of policing from author Da'Shaun Harrison. Out now.
Posted by Gabby Cazares-Lopez - August 3, 2022View All Blog Posts