Keynote Speaker: Rhonda Magee (virtual)

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Keynote Speaker: Rhonda Magee (virtual)

Rhonda V. Magee's keynote address for the TCU 2023 Ronald E. Moore Humanities Symposium on the question, "What is well-being?"

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Starts on Thursday, March 30 · 5pm PDT



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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Leading with mindfulness herself for over twenty years, Rhonda Magee has explored the healing power of mindfulness, especially for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Magee is a Professor of Law at the Univeristy of San Fransisco where she is integrating midnfulness into law, social work, and higher education. She is a Fellow at the Mind and Life Institute and serves as a mentor for a number of contemplative organizations, including the Holistic Life Foundation, Mindfulness in Law Society, and the Brown Center for Mindfulness. Magee is also the author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities through Mindfulness. Magee will introduce mindfulness as the approach to confront our world's most pressing concerns with her talk "Deepening The Inner Work of Flourishing Together: Practicing Ethically-grounded, Socially-engaged Mindfulness in Troubled Times."

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