We are birthing a future where love is a force for justice. Join us.

We are building the movement to ground our lives and politics in Revolutionary Love! We produce stories, tools, curricula, conferences, films, and mass mobilizations rooted in the ethic of love. Because love is not just a feeling but a form of sweet labor — fierce, bloody, imperfect, and life-giving. In this era of enormous rage, Revolutionary Love is the call of our times.

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Valarie Kaur and the Revolutionary Love Project.

Valarie Kaur’s SEE NO STRANGER: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love is a practical guide to changing the world, a synthesis of wisdom, a chronicle of personal and communal history – all joined together by a story of awakening. Whether you are new to the work of social change, or you have been in the fire for decades, See No Stranger offers stories and tools to anchor your efforts and fortify you to last in the labor of birthing a nation that has yet to be born.


We pledge to rise up in Revolutionary Love.

We declare our love for all who are in harm’s way — refugees, immigrants, Muslims, Sikhs, Jews, queer and trans people, Black people, Indigenous people, Asian Americans, Latinx people, the disabled, women and girls, working-class people and poor people. We vow to see one another as brothers, sisters, and siblings. Our humanity binds us together, and we vow to fight for a world where all of us can flourish.

We declare love even for our opponents. We oppose all policies that threaten the rights and dignity of any person. We vow to fight not with violence or vitriol, but by challenging the cultures and institutions that promote hate. In this way, we will challenge our opponents through the ethic of love.

We declare love for ourselves. We will protect our capacity for joy. We will rise and dance. We will honor our ancestors whose bodies, breath, and blood call us to a life of courage. In their name, we choose to see this darkness not as the darkness of the tomb – but of the womb. We will breathe and push through the pain of this era to birth a new future.



Andre C. Willis, Anurima Bhargava, Carolyn Dixon, Clinton Wright, Deepa Iyer, Ek Ong Kaar Kaur Khalsa, Emily Welty, Erin Ruble, Gurwin Singh Ahuja, Janet M. Cooper Nelson, Joanna Samuels, Joanne Welter, John-Michael Parker, Jonah Geffen, Jonathan Frank B. Diaz, Jonathan Slater, Josh Buchin, Joshua Lesser, Joy Friedman, Julie Roth, Juval Porat, Katherine Wilson, Khadija Gurnah, Mark Nepo, Marjorie Berman, Megan GoldMarche, Nitika Chopra, Pastor Scott Hill, Rabbi Allen Secher, Rabbi Amy Eilberg, Rabbi Annie Lewis, Rabbi David Paskin, Rabbi Heather Miller, Rabbi Jonathan D. Klein, Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater, Rabbi Laura Owens, Rabbi Marc Kline, Rabbi Marci Bellows, Rabbi Mark Borovitz, Rabbi Paula Marcus, Rabbi Raquel Kosovske, Rabbi Simkha Y. Weintraub, Rabbi Stan Levy, Rabbi Susan Talve, Rabbi Suzanne Singer, Rebecca Kislak, Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson, Rev. Dr. Kevin Downer, Sari Heidenreich, Scott Hartman, MD, Senior Rabbi Lisa Edwards, Sharon Groves, Sharon Stanley-Rea, Shifra Bronznick, Tara Hyun Kyung Chung, The Rev. Christian Scharen, Ph.D, Tricia Rose, William Chiang