Practicing liberated ways of being together

Pittsburgh is racially divided. Finding a cross-race community that supports your growth is rare. Together with Medina Jackson we gathered a mixed-race cohort for 15 weeks to practice the skills of personal transformation--being with strong emotion, healing pain, holding trauma, coming into right relationship again, and fueling our creative fire.

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Replacing cynicism with agency to shift campus culture

After three weeks of listening and convening, administrators, students, faculty, and police gathered despite lack of trust and belief that “things will never change on campus.” In two hours many found common ground. In two days they saw their way forward, agreeing that “Yes, we can change this together.”

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