What if philanthropy recognized how mindfulness and healing justice strengthened power building, and resourced the work accordingly?
Join the Kataly Foundation’s Mindfulness and Healing Justice team and our grantee partners for a conversation exploring how this work can lead to collective transformation, and the role funders can play to support it.
During this discussion, we will share:
—How BIPOC practitioners understand and define mindfulness and healing justice
—Why mindfulness and healing justice are an integral part of community organizing and power-building
—What becomes possible when this work is fully recognized and resourced by philanthropy
—Kazu Haga, East Point Peace Academy
—Prentis Hemphill, The Embodiment Institute
—Tracy Stewart, Gathering Roots Retreat and Wellness Center
Thursday, October 21
1:00 PM ET