Endorsements

Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness This wonderfully insightful book challenges us to face our racial history with greater courage, compassion, and creativity. Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge This powerful and penetrating book offers us healing medicine for the great suffering of

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How to Be Equanimous in a Racialized World – Lion’s Roar Magazine

“As we walk through the minefields of social injustice and hardship, we may want to call on the strength of these elemental inner resources for balance and equipoise. For example, there are times when we will need to stand our ground, strong like a mountain, and observe what emerges. And there are times when we

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Good Use of Privilege

My mother, Lodie Mae Cherry, passed away four years ago to this day – May 3, 2014. She was a month short of 90. I was teaching a Mindful of Race training in Charlottesville, VA, when I received the call, and it took all I had to complete the last day of training before catching

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Publishers Weekly: Mindful of Race Book Review

Meditation instructor King draws on her long experience with meditation and diversity consulting for multinational companies (such as Levi Strauss and Intel) in this helpful overview of using meditation and mindfulness to work through pain and conflict rooted in structural racism. King offers clear and specific guidelines for meditation practices intended to help both people

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