This year, we had the pleasure of participating in the DAYA Foundation’s first-ever Yoga CARE social justice conference and telesummit.
Such an amazing opportunity to hear from visionaries, activists, and vibrant community members online during the preconference telesummit, and in person in Breitenbush April 20-23. You can still listen to Rosa’s conversation with Sarahjoy Marsh on “The Surprising Importance of Disruption,” a free resource for anyone interested in yoga, social justice and the power of #resistance.
So proud to be a part of such an important conversation around social justice, healing and yoga, and we are excited to bring our conversations back to our students in prisons and jails. Stay tuned for next year’s conference!
We are looking for supporters like you to help us reach our fundraising goal by becoming a Virtual Ambassador for our Oct. 7th Power of Community event
Who Am I? My name is Arthur Padilla. I have been working and breathing the nonprofit world, trauma-informed practices, and dismantling systems of racism and oppression since the beginning of the HIV epidemic.
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