At this moment in history when so much is at stake, CPS thanks each of you who have made a generous donation. If you have not had a chance to give, we welcome your contribution. Whether you can offer a one-time gift, or become a monthly Caring Sustainer, please support the Center for Partnership Studies in our vital work to build foundations for the shift from domination to partnership in all aspects of life — from the personal to the political. Together we can make a difference in our world.
We invite you to watch our very latest webinar on Women’s Leadership with Carla Goldstein, Jamia Wilson, and Riane Eisler — this is a vitally important and timely conversation!
A special message from Riane Eisler:
“As a child Holocaust survivor, nothing matters more to me than human security and dignity, compassion for all, and ending the demonizing of “the other.” I am passionate about understanding what lies behind prejudice and cruelty, and how to bring about real change. This commitment has driven my life’s work, both as a researcher and author and as President of the Center for Partnership Studies.
As I read headlines about escalating hate and violence, see pictures of little children separated from their parents by President Trump’s anti-immigrant orders, and read how anti-Semites parading swastikas are openly marching in our country, I know that this work is more urgent than ever before.
Many of you share these same feelings. I need you to stand with us. Please join me so CPS continues to be at the forefront of providing a new integrative frame for progressive action that provides real social and economic alternatives — and shows how to bring these about.
CPS projects address root causes of social and economic injustice and environmental destruction. We provide comprehensive and impactful training through our webinars and online courses to people just like you, who are seeking answers, who want to be empowered, and who know that the time for action is now.
CPS’s systemic approach is guided by four cornerstones foundational to cultural transformation from domination to partnership: childhood relations, gender relations, economics, and narratives and language. Highlights of our recent webinars include “Raising Caring Men“, with Promundo’s President Gary Barker, and “Uncovering the Roots of Violence: New Perspectives on Domestic Violence, Social Justice, and Faith” with Julie Owens and Reverend Ron Clark.
These are just a few examples of CPS’s activities, and the impact we make every day. Your gift supports not only new classes and programs, but also moves CPS’s work of building solid foundations for a more equitable, caring, and sustainable world forward.
Please make your contribution today. I thank you in advance for joining our CPS community.”