The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming our Communities Through Mindfulness

by Rhonda Magee. Tarcher/Perigee, 2019.

This book discusses and instructs in the intentional application of mindfulness techniques in anti-racism work.


mindfuness exercises, techniques

Best For

clergy and lay leaders, congregants


Purchase as a book or e-book

Suggested Uses

Read this book as a leadership team to learn healing practices that will make anti-racism work easier as well as more fulfilling and effective. Share the learnings you gain from this book with others in your congregation as you lean into the anti-racism journey of your congregation.

About the Contributor

Karen Goley

Karen Goley uses her resource knowledge and relational style to work closely with congregations as a resource consultant and behind the scenes with our robust database of resources and doing project work.  Prior to joining the Center, Karen spent over fifteen years in the human resources field, serving nonprofit and financial services organizations in the Indianapolis area and the suburbs of Chicago.

With faith as her foundation, Karen enjoys spending quality time with her family and is a very proud Purdue University alum.  Having earned a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Supervision, Karen put her pride on full display by naming the family pup Mackey- after Purdue basketball’s Mackey Arena.  Boiler Up!

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