Mindfulness and White Privilege

Date(s) - 01/21/2018 - 04/14/2018
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm


Deborah Cooper and Pamela Freeman will offer a course “Mindfulness and White Privilege: An Anti-Racism Seminar for White People,” a seven-session course that will blend mindfulness meditation practices with an exploration of white privilege. The course is open to a multi-faith audience and aims to engage white people in both a spiritually and historically informed practice of addressing racism, fostering the personal insight and self-understanding that is essential in building the trust and awareness needed for interracial work.

At: Zen Center of Philadelphia

Dates 1/21  2/4  2/18  3/4  3/18  4/1  2.30- 5p.m.

4/14,  10.00a.m. -4.00p.m.

Program Fee $225  space limited
To register click HERE. If you have questions contact Pat George at 215-472-2613.

This course is cosponsored by the Springboard Meditation Studio and The Philadelphia Zen Center.

After about six years of mindfulness practice, I thought I was pretty aware of what was going on around me with respect to race and racism. Well, this progressive, leftist, older white male got his eyes opened in this course. I literally can never go back to the way I thought I had a handle on racism and my role in it, or more accurately, how central my role is in personally maintaining a totally unacceptable status quo. If you are not open to having your head completely spun around, don’t register…but please do!
– Gerald Whelan