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The Recovering Feminist

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Women are rising up to shape the future. Driven by a fierce love for humanity, the Earth and all her inhabitants, many recognize it is time to forge a new path of empowerment. With wit and wisdom, international best-selling author Beth Wilson exposes the insidious influence of the domination system on the women's movement — a system that will cause irreparable damage if we remain tethered to its destructive trajectory. The Recovering Feminist offers freedom from the domination distortions that prevent women from realizing their capacity for authentic connection, inclusive collaboration and transformative leadership. The Recovering Feminist weaves memoir, prescient social critique and stimulating interviews with today’s change agents to cast a compelling vision for reclaiming our true locus of power: love in action. The Recovering Feminist features women and men who are doing spiritually vital work to ensure harmony, equality and justice: Iceland’s presidential candidate Halla Tomasdottir, Academy-award winning producer, Geralyn Dreyfous, Father Greg Boyle, founder and Executive Director of Homeboy Industries, Billy Mills, Native American Olympian and Presidential Medal recipient, Rabbi Sharon Brous, visionary, thought-leader and founder of IKAR, OWN regular and The 8 Habits of Love author the Reverend Ed Bacon, Veda Reddy of PlanetWildlife, an EcoTravel company. Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, 17-year-old indigenous climate activist, hip hop artist of Break Free, Rio+ 20 UN Summit speaker and author of We Rise Ellen Snortland, author and film producer of Beauty Bites Beast, Dan Shaw, author of Traumatic Narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation Amy Ziering, Academy-award nominated and Emmy-winning producer of The Invisible War, Devorah Brous, Founding Executive Director of Netiya, Sally Roesch Wagner, Executive Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation, Karen Woods, senior leader of Heart and the Matter Ministeries International; Kelsi O’Neil, Division 1 athlete and international humanitarian And many more!