With Mushim Ikeda, Dr. Zahra Ahmed & Christian Howard
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Drawing on “deep time” and Dharmic mindfulness-based practices, can we as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and Multiracial persons) see and seize the opportunities now arising to move forward together toward liberation? Is there a “magic formula” for both solidarity and emergent strategy arising from our diversity? Our teaching team consisting of a former Buddhist nun, a professor of political science, and an international organizational design specialist proposes a boldly compassionate community discussion on how Creativity, Vulnerability and Power manifest, interact, and hold the potential for transformative change. Guided mindfulness meditation, music, reflective journaling, and contemplative interactive dialogue in trauma-informed and disability-informed ways.
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