Juneteenth Freedom Jam
June 18 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
This joyful retreat, facilitated by Dr. Kamilah Majied, will be a relaxing space to recover from racism and rejoice in Blackness. Dr. Michelle Chatman, chair of the CMind board and Founder of the Black Mindfulness Summit, cites the Yoruba expression “suffering ends today.” This wise adage reminds us that we can, using our masterfully creative, meditative, prayerful, playful minds, release suffering at any moment and decide to attend to enjoying our lives whenever and however we please. This is a truth that is known and enacted by Black people everywhere, every day, all day. We celebrate Black Excellence taking center stage in every realm from academics to gymnastics, from poetry to politics. Blackcellence is within us and all around us! Come celebrate it with us!
Guest teachers: Dr. Marisela B. Gomez, Dr. Sará King, Dr. Larry Ward
Join us for as much of the gathering as your time allows. Live via Zoom; connection information will be shared once registered. Registration closes an hour before the event.
Proceeds from your financial offerings will be shared with Mothers of the Movement, Unlock the Box, the teachers of the retreat, and CMind’s event scholarship fund.
Self-selected registration: $10/$25/$50
This gathering is open to ALL Black People regardless of ability to pay a registration fee. Please email Maya@contemplativemind.org for a free link if you are unable to pay for registration.
Allies to Black People are invited to support Black Freedom for Juneteenth by making a financial offering to this event, the proceeds of which will be shared with Unlock the Box, Mothers of the Movement, the Black guest teachers and CMind’s event scholarship fund.