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Keeping it Real, Lively and Strong: Mindfulness-based ColorInsight Practices for Resilient Antiracist Learning Communities

Thursday, October 29 and Friday, January 30 (Identical Sessions)
9am-12pm, Zoom sessions 

As part of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching's Contemplative Practices in Education initiative, and in collaboration with the Office to Advance Women, Equity, & Diversity, Rhonda V. Magee, Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco and author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness, will facilitate virtual workshops to lead the FIU teaching community in an exploration of how mindfulness and other contemplative practices can assist in:

  • (i) examining issues of race and contemporary racism with compassion,
  • (ii) cultivating learning environments that are inclusive and equitable, and
  • (iii) promoting and supporting social engagement and social change. 
Click here to read more about the event and about the CAT Contemplative Practices in Education initiative.