Tune in this Thursday, February 25th to hear HELI 2013 alumna Dr. Angela Rose Black’s keynote at the Wisconsin Public Health Association (WPHA) Leadership retreat ~
Emotional Reparations as Racial Justice Work: What’s Mindfulness and Compassion Got to Do With It?
Thursday, February 25th from 2-4:30pm CST
This keynote is intended for cross-racial audiences and highlights the critical intersection between racial justice, emotional reparations, and the utility of mindfulness and compassion in supporting both. Participants will increase their awareness of how self-evaluation and self-regulation tools rooted in mindfulness and compassion can support racial justice work.
Dr. Angela Rose Black is a Thought Leader in mindfulness research, teaching, and practice. Named by Mindful as one of the “10 Powerful Women of the Mindfulness Movement” and TIME magazine as “The New Mindfulness, ” Dr. Black brings racial justice to mindfulness initiatives, and mindfulness to racial justice initiatives. Training at Tulane University, University of Georgia, University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin, UMass, Stanford, and the Mayo Clinic support her interdisciplinary background in Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies, Women’s Studies, Public Health, and Mind-Body Medicine.
This keynote is complementary for all current WPHA members and only $25 for non-members.
Learn more about Dr. Black’s social change agency, Mindfulness for the People.