Critical Dharma for Thinking Minds /Milk Tea Alliance

Sandra Kim: Compassionate Activism


In this webinar, Sandra Kim shares the most critical aspect of the Compassionate Activism model that teaches how to respond to everyday oppression with love and justice.

You learn:

  • The ways systemic oppression has taught us to deny and suppress our feelings and pain
  • How to give our experiences as marginalized people the acknowledgement and validation we’re too often denied
  • How to skillfully get present to the underlying pain in a way that is not overwhelming and is actually a relief with the practice of mindfulness
  • 3 quick tools you can use to start healing the pain in any moment


Register Now for the “Healing From Toxic Whiteness” FREE Online Workshop

(Thursday Sept. 15, 2016 8:30 PM Eastern time)

Learn why many white folks feel emotional resistance to addressing systemic racism — and get the tools to free yourself from toxic whiteness to begin developing an anti-racist white identity.

Click here to reserve your spot for FREE and learn more!

Get a Taste of Compassionate Activism in Action!

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