Professional Event: Mind-Body Racial Resilience with Mindfulness for the People

Friday, 16 March 2018 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST

5900 Rainier Ave S., Seattle, Washington, 98118, United States

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Friday, 16 March 2018 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST

Rainier Avenue Church, 5900 Rainier Ave S., Seattle, Washington, 98118, United States.

Angela Rose Black, founder, and CEO of Mindfulness for the People™ will present a 3-hour psychoeducational workshop on Mind-Body Racial Resilience (MBRR). This program is designed for People of Color by People of Color to locate compassionate ways to engage Racial Battle Fatigue: the psychic and physical stressors experienced by PoC’s navigating a society marked by conditions of mundane extreme environmental stress.  Using  Mindfulness for the People’s Foundational Practice™, participants will increase their self-awareness of Racial Battle Fatigue and practice evidence-based mind-body techniques that support Racial Resilience.


About the presenter:

Dr. Angela Rose Black is an Activist, Scholar, Practitioner, and Thought Leader in the Mindfulness Movement. She is the founder and CEO of Mindfulness for the People LLC---a Black-owned social change agency that offers oppression-sensitive and culturally-responsive mindfulness training engaging Racial Battle Fatigue among People of Color and White Fragility among White people.

Cancellation policy

If you are unable to attend, please cancel your reservation so your spot may be made available to someone else.

University of Washington Center for Child & Family Well-being

CCFW is a collaborative research center based in the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington. Our mission is to promote the well-being of children, from infancy through adolescence, particularly those experiencing disadvantage and adversity. By using a “whole child” approach that supports the roles of parents, families, schools and communities in children’s resilience, CCFW works to infusemindfulness, compassion and social-emotional skills into the lives of children, parents, caregivers, educators and practitioners. We are committed to serving as a resources and partner in promoting the well-being of children and families, locally and globally.

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