A volunteer effort led to an unlikely friendship: CPS Founder and author Dr. Riane Eisler’s pioneering work in Partnership social systems is realized at close to home.
Read the Monterey County Weekly article by Sara Rubin:
“Before Covid-19, Riane Eisler’s world was big, really big. Best known for her 1987 book The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future, the social scientist/futurist/attorney/thinker/writer has made a career of traveling the globe, attending conferences and speaking. Her books are blurbed by the likes of Isabel Allende, Jane Goodall, Desmond Tutu and former Icelandic president Vigdís Finnbogadóttir. She coined the term “human infrastructure” that’s now the center of politics and President Joe Biden’s plans.
Eisler is interested in finding (and even inventing) a new telling of our stories and our history that enables Partnerism as a way of being
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