Mindfulness & Racial Justice: A Path For All of Us will be hosted by Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Graduate Program and UW Health on Friday, Oct. 12, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Anderson Auditorium (Predolin Humanities Center), 959 Edgewood College Drive.

In a time of widespread disruption and suffering, Rhonda Magee will explore and discuss ways of bringing mindfulness and compassion more effectively to bear on the work of addressing social identity-based bias and living in awareness of our common humanity.

We deepen awareness of ways that our lived experiences may be profoundly different when compared to those of others; and yet, at the same time, profoundly grounded in our inherent interconnectedness.

This is a public offering co-hosted by UW Health Mindfulness Program and The Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program’s (SISL) Engaged Mindfulness Co-Lab.