Episode #8

Rhonda V. Magee

From the small-town south, to corporate law, to professor integrating law and mindfulness.  And now the author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice. Where do the worlds of mindfulness and racial justice intersect? And how can the practice allow us to examine personal and professional hardship and transform them into something valuable?


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