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Anti-Racist Kids' Yoga Classes
Hosted by Kidding Around Yoga—my presentation to Kidding Around Yoga Teachers International in response to their question to me: "How can we get more Black and brown students into our Yoga classes?"


Responding to Racism—A Spiritual Perspective
Hosted by the Integral Yoga Institute San Francisco


Meeting Racism, Nourishing Anti-racism
Part of the iRest Institutue Online Sangha Series


Speaking on the theme of Unity
"UNITY: Inspiring Humanity to Oneness," Hosted by Debra Recommends & Love Coach Academy



Check out this Google document for scaffolded anti-racism resources. The goal of the document is to facilitate growth for white folks to become allies, and eventually accomplices for anti-racist work. These resources have been ordered in an attempt to make them more accessible.

If you wish to compensate the creators of this document for their work, please support the work one of the following organizations: Unicorn Riot or The Okra Project or Project Motherpath. After you’ve done that, you're welcome to send a screenshot of your donation receipt to [email protected].



1. Support progressive district attorney candidates. District attorneys are the gatekeepers to the criminal justice system. Actively support candidates who are committed to reforming the justice system.

2. Get involved in the movement to defund the police. This movement supports divesting funds from police departments and reallocating them to non-policing forms of public safety and community support, such as social services, youth services, housing, education, and other community resources. Divested funds can also be used to serve as a crime deterrent by addressing social issues like poverty, homelessness, unemployment, and mental health.

3. Shop consciously. Buy books by Black authors. Donate money in support of Black lives and communities of color. Eat at Black-owned eateries. Shop at Black-owned businesses. Take action in the form of donations.


Nourish your spirit

Maintain your spiritual practices. Meditate. Continually cultivate greater self-love and self-compassion.


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