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Doing the Inner Work of Racial Justice, Rhonda V. Magee—Canceled

Practical Applications of Contemplative Practices for Inclusive Pedagogy and Institutional Equity Work in Troubled Times
by Betsy VanNoy Mar 26, 2020
When Mar 31, 2020
from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Where 233AB HUB
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Contemplative Colloquium presents:

Doing the Inner Work of Racial Justice:
Practical Applications of Contemplative Practices for Inclusive Pedagogy and Institutional Equity Work in Troubled Times

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Rhonda V. Magee

Professor of Law
University of San Francisco

Author, The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness

In this interactive presentation, Professor Magee will illuminate the importance of mindfulness and inner work, and their relationship to the legal education and law practice in a time of social distress. Building on her work in The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness (2019), Professor Magee's presentation will include discussion of how compassion-based mindfulness practices can support engagement in critical and sometimes difficult conversations surrounding issues of racial justice, and enhance teaching and learning for equity-awareness and anti-racist, pro-social action. 

This event is the highlight of the Contemplative Colloquium of the Rock Ethics Institute and is convened by Jeremy Engels and Rob Roeser. Please contact Jeremy Engels at jdengels@gmail.com for more information.