The Necessity of Including Embodiment and Lineage in Racial Justice Work

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Issue Contents

Chief Editor’s Introduction (available to subscribers in the complete issue)
by Gabe Dayley

Guest Editor’s Introduction (available to subscribers in the complete issue)
by Kelsey Blackwell

Black Boys
by Vernon Keeve III

Race and the Body: Why Somatic Practices Are Essential for Racial Justice
by Kelsey Blackwell

Body Knowing as a Vehicle for Change
by Arawana Hayashi

by Jessica Stern

‘May I Also Be the Source of Life’: Embodied Resistance, Existence, and Liberation in Bodymind as It Is
by Mushim Patricia Ikeda

How to Love a Mestiza Woman
by Laura Soto

Examining Whiteness with Meditation
by Kalen Tenderness Tierney

On Lineage and Whiteness
by Alexandria Barnes

I’ll Meet You There
by Jahan Khalighi

Reflections on Embodiment, Culture, and Social Justice Work in Selected Buddhist Traditions
by Arisika Razak

The Movement Within the Movement
text and poetry by Nicole Klaymoon
photography by David Wilson
mask art by Tigre Bailando

Cover design and illustrations by Alicia Brown


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