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Reflections on the Inner Work of Racial Justice

Broadcast on June 28, 2021
With Rhonda V. Magee, MA, JD
Hosted by Cassandra Vieten

Rhonda Magee, JD, MA, shares how she came to practice mindfulness as a support for working with and teaching about race and racism. She describes how a commitment to personal mindfulness practice, and intentional efforts to address and heal the wounds of racism, have manifested in her life in what she calls "Personal Justice." And she discusses how Personal Justice may serve as a foundation for taking steps — big and small — to create a more just world.

In this session, you'll receive:

  • Insight into how mindfulness may be introduced and developed among groups of professionals
  • Examples of how personal mindfulness practice may support healing from the wounds of racism and other forms of injustice
  • Inspiration for taking one small step to act to create a more racially just world, wherever you are
The opinions expressed here are those of the author/presenter and are not representative of Shift Network employees, customers, or other presenters.
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Rhonda V. Magee, MA, JD

Professor, Mindfulness Teacher, Author

Rhonda V. Magee, JD, MA, is professor of law at University of San Francisco School of Law, faculty member at Jesuit University of San Francisco, and author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness, plus numerous articles on mindfulness in legal education. She’s a trained and practiced facilitator; her classes focus on mindfulness-based stress reduction and effective interventions for understanding race and racism. Rhonda has been named Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute (2015), Dean's Circle Research Scholar, and has served as co-director of the university's Center for Teaching Excellence. She is a nationally recognized thought and practice leader in the emerging fields of contemplative legal education and law practice, and contemplative teaching in higher education.  

 

 

 

 

 

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