Mindfulness for Racial Justice

This article arose from a conversation with Rhonda Magee, a law professor and mindfulness teacher and the author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities through Mindfulness. Magee writes about the importance of mindfulness for people of all and various identities working toward racial justice. We encourage all readers to check out Magee's writings to see how her work resonates for you.

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Rhonda Magee, MA, JD

In an interview with Taking Charge, Professor Rhonda Magee discussed the systemic inequalities that have contributed to deep societal unrest and explained how developing a strong mindfulness practice can help us do the inner work we need to make changes that will impact not just ourselves, but our communities.