Mindful Book Club: Self-Awareness

around Racial Injustice 

If  you have found yourself impacted by the calls for racial justice, there's a simple way to start.  Many speakers on this topic are calling out for each of us (mainly white people) to educate ourselves. 

There are many resources and one of the suggested lists is here

While I could attempt to go through a list like this alone, I prefer to do it in community.  I believe that we have the most opportunity to grow when we do things, especially hard things, together.  And if you're like me, you're more likely to do something when you have asked yourself to show up on a regular basis. 

I have created two events below to kick off this book club series. 

To do this inner work, a safe space will be held to reflect, learn and grow. 
In addition to reading & responding to a book, reflective tools of guided meditation & journaling will also be offered during our time together. 
There is no fee, but donations will be accepted if you would like to contribute to a racial justice cause (which we will decide on together). 
If you are interested but these times won't work for you, please reach out to me.  

First up!

White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by Robin DiAngelo  

The order link will take you to a list of Bookstores in PA (& beyond) that are black-owned if you would like to purchase from one of these sources.

In Person

Sunday evening, July 12th

7:15-8:30 PM

We will meet in my back yard just outside of Hershey, PA (please bring a chair) weather-permitting or in my basement studio

We will practice (some level of)  physical distancing.

by Zoom

Thursday evening, July 8th

7:15-8:30 PM EST

We will meet via Zoom format and use breakout rooms as needed for more intimate sharing times.

Mindful Book Club: Self-Awareness

around Racial Injustice 

WHY DO THIS BOOK CLUB?  OR
IF I'M A GOOD PERSON, WHY WOULD I NEED TO LEARN ABOUT RACE?
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Our next book (starts TH, 9/17 or Sunday, 9/20) 
"Caste: The Origins of our Discontents" by Isabel Wilkerson
 
 
Purchase Book on AUDIBLE here:  
           

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JOIN via ZOOM

SUNDAY evenings

starting Sept 20th

7:00-8:15 PM

JOIN via ZOOM

THURSDAY evenings

starting Sept 17th

7:00-8:15 PM

Isabel Wilkerson

You can support a black-owned book store, with this purchase:

EXPLORE UPCOMING EVENTS:

??  Why Join the Book Club ?? 

How certain are you that you understand race & its implications?

Do you feel you have a solid response to addressing racial differences? 

Is "color-blindness" helpful or harmful?  

How much do you assume that everyone's racial experience is similar to yours?

Is remaining "neutral" on issues of race possible as a just, fair person?

What happens when we don't talk about race?

If you have been feeling the need to increase your Racial Awareness IQ maybe you've found it a bit overwhelming to know where to start.  Many speakers on this topic are calling out for each of us (mainly white people) to educate ourselves. 

There are many resources and one of the suggested lists is here

While I could attempt to go through a list like this alone, I prefer to do it in community.  I believe that we have the most opportunity to grow when we do things, especially hard things, together.  And if you're like me, you're more likely to do something when you have asked yourself to show up on a regular basis. 

The focus will be on moving to a fuller understanding of this complicated issue.

To do this inner work, a safe space will be held to reflect, learn and grow. 
In addition to reading & responding to a book, reflective tools of guided meditation & journaling will also be offered during our time together. 
There is no fee, but charitable donations will be accepted if you would like to contribute.

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