We believe that healing and contemplative practices are indispensable to movement building and the liberation of Black and Indigenous people, and all communities of color. Healing justice is not an add-on, but part of the foundational work that creates the conditions for deep personal and social transformation to occur.
People impacted by systemic oppression must be supported to reclaim and reconnect to the power of mindfulness, spiritual practices, and ancestral cultural traditions in order to build the strength and leadership necessary for systemic change.
The Mindfulness and Healing Justice (MHJ) program builds power by redistributing resources to mindfulness and healing justice organizations, networks, and practitioners.
Specifically, MHJ supports Black, Indigenous and people of color healers, teachers, practitioners, organizations, and spaces where mindfulness, healing and transformational practice are held and sustained in the service of building the long-term power and well-being of our communities.