We aim to co-create learning communities in which to explore approaches to infusing transformative education with contemplative practice, with the aim of fostering radical inclusivity and social justice. We believe that practices that support us in turning toward our own positionality, our suffering and the suffering of others (especially based on factors such as race, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, and/or families in distress), the vulnerability we all experience (particularly that of the systemically marginalized), our personal agency and will (even in the midst of powerful systems), and interpersonal care and effectiveness are essential to radical inclusivity and to successful and joyful collaboration. Together, we’ll experience and reflect on practices that support and embody teaching to transform.
University of San Francisco
Mentor, Steering Council Member
An internationally-sought-after mindfulness teacher and keynote speaker, and a thought and practice innovator of mindfulness-based social justice principles, concepts and practices, Rhonda V. Magee, M.A., J.D., is Professor of Law … MORE