By Nada Khader We are very pleased to announce that at the recent strategic planning meeting that took place at the Ananda Girisuta Master Unit in Madison County, North Carolina, a Women Pro... Read more
Mirra Price, Women Proutist Board Member Years before I was introduced to the Progressive Utilization Theory (Prout), I dropped out of college to protest the Viet Nam War and my college (Ind... Read more
By Dada Maheshvarananda and Mirra Price The mass media and advertising bombard us from a very young age that the value of women depends on how beautiful, thin and sexy they look; that buying... Read more
by Dada Maheshvarananda and Mirra Price Cooperatives are the businesses of the future, based on the principle of one member, one vote. Since decision-making is decentralized, citizens become... Read more
Economic democracy is essential to overcome discrimination and marginalization. Poverty and unemployment feed racism, sexism, and anger toward immigrants. Women, people of color, the young a... Read more
Purchasing capacity, the ability of people to pay for basic goods and services, is the most direct and accurate way to measure their standard of living and the true state of the economy. Peo... Read more
Gender oppression can be defined as an unequal state of power relations between the sexes, characterized by domination, subordination and finally resistance. It is only when the oppressed at... Read more
Women Proutists are working together to create a world in which all people have the opportunity to develop their full potential. We educate and organize our communities to resist oppression, exploitation and discrimination. Women Proutists support the all-round physical, economic, intellectual and spiritual development of women.