Supporting Materials from Events
Mindful Anti-Racism: A Call for Social Justice
This presentation was a workshop as part of Open Spirit Center’s Weekend of Spirit.
Rooted in mindfulness, it addresses the question of why we avoid the important work of anti-racism and how we can take action.
If you are interested in receiving more information on the 8-week course
Mindful Anti-racism, click here.
Presenter: Danielle Rousseau, PhD LMCH is a professor, researcher, clinical therapist, and certified yoga teacher. Her focus is in both policy and practice. She considers herself to be a scholar activist and a justice educator. Both her research and teaching
are informed by her experience in the field of forensic psychology and trauma informed
interventions. Dr. Rousseau’s professional focus has been in trauma services, gender
advocacy, and advocating or equal access to justice. She is a social justice researcher
Presentation by Danielle Rousseau - Mindful Classrooms, Empowered Educators: Creating trauma-informed universally inclusive spaces through self-inquiry and radical self-care
Meditation for Teachers by Katherine McClean
Discussion and Practices for Gathering and Grounding by Kimberly McClure