|About this event|
Mindfulness practices are incomplete if they don't include the investigation of social injustices and the ways we inadvertently perpetuate the system in our unexamined behaviors and beliefs. Social justice and anti-racism efforts can cause harm if they don't include the wisdom and understanding that comes from mindfulness and compassion practices.
In this class series we will support each other in addressing our own racism and white privilege using both multicultural theories and tools along with Buddhist teachings and practices.
Registration is Required and Space is Limited
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Dana, or Generous Giving
There is no registration fee for attending this event, nor most EBMC events. However, EBMC is not independently funded. The Center and the teachers will be sustained only by your voluntary donations (the practice of generous giving, or "dana"). Please donate generously, in proportion to your ability:
- Either online (you will be offered an opportunity at the end of the online registration process),
- Or at the event, in the two baskets at EBMC, one for the Center, the second for the Teachers.
Thank you for your generosity. Giving together, our unique, diverse Center will grow and thrive!
|About the teachers
Kitsy Schoen, LCSW, is on the Leadership Sangha and a Core Teacher at EBMC. She has thirty years of experience facilitating groups and classes. Kitsy is passionate about exploring the intersection of mindfulness and multicultural awareness.
Marcus Liefert is a candidate for Unitarian Universalist ministry, and has explored mindfulness practices from many traditions. Marcus has worked with individuals and groups on issues of whiteness and racism for the past eight years.
|In order to protect the health of community members with environmental illness, please do not wear fragranced products (including "natural" fragrances) or clothes laundered in fragranced products to EBMC.