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“Who are your people?” This was one of the first questions posed to us by Resmaa Menakem, a somatic abolitionist and author of the beautiful book, My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized
In a time of environmental meltdown, political and economic crisis, what should we do? What role can practice play? How are we to envision our place in the world, as
How do we leverage the contemplative community into justice and liberation for all, not just the pursuit of liberation for ourselves individually? In this conversation, we explore issues around uncomfortable
What’s Equity Got to Do With It? Recently I presented at a workshop for educators interested in the science of social and emotional learning (SEL) and prosocial education. After leading
“Teaching is personal. You have to put yourself out there. You have to confront who you are on a daily basis.” These are words that I have used when mentoring student teachers.
Many of us who serve others in caring professions or roles also work to change institutional or social structures that we see as harming the people we serve, or holding