Informed by her extensive experience with multicultural women’s leadership development, Simons replaces the old patriarchal leadership paradigm with a more feminine-inflected style that illustrates then interconnected nature of the issues we face today. Sharing moving stories of women around the world joining together to reconnect people, nature and the land – both practically and spiritually – Nature, Culture & the Sacred is necessary reading for anyone who wants to learn from and be inspired by women who are leading the way towards transformational change by cultivating vibrant movements for social and environmental justice.
Cultivating Inner Balance: Marrying the Moon and Sun Within
Nina Simons discusses reclaiming the feminine in order to realign our personal and societal values and practices.
“When I listen with my heart, I am pierced with an empathic awareness that calls me into action beyond what any amount of learning, reading or mental understanding can prompt.”
What happens when we cultivate empathic connections towards ‘others’? Nina Simons describes her vision of a beloved community that encompasses other people, all species, and the natural world.
What if the root of all the world’s problems is the imbalance of masculinity and femininity in our leadership?
In this interview by Lauren Schiller, Nina Simons discusses how she discovered that leading with the feminine can help anyone–male or female– find their purpose and their passion.
Women’s Leadership: The Challenges, The Pathways and The Promise
In this podcast, Nina takes on some far-reaching questions about organizing for systemic change amid convergent ecological crises. Her deeply informed critiques shed light on topics of sacrifice, denialism, gender and race tension, privilege, empowerment, indigenous leadership, and building successful movements.
Eve Ensler, the brilliant playwright (author of the world-changing The Vagina Monologues) and tireless activist for women’s rights globally, shares her story and explores how other survivors of abuse might be able to mobilize their imagination and inner strength to move from humiliation to revelation to find healing and inner freedom.
Eve Ensler deconstructs the tale of Adam and Eve from a feminist perspective.
“This is the time for radical change. This is the time to come into our bodies to dance and drum and rise. This is the time to stop apologizing for our belief that it is possible to live in a world where everyone gets fed; taken care of.”
Toward Wholeness: Gender Equity and Racial Justice