Levels:
Where Do We Go From Here? – Addressing Racism Series, Module 3

Once you’ve begun to realize the depth and breadth of racism in America, what do you do about it? How can we – whoever we are, in whatever life circumstances, at whatever age – move beyond education to mindful action, in order to do our part in dismantling racist systems, redressing inequities, healing racial wounds, and working to create a more just and inclusive society?

Women, Spirituality and Social Justice

Women bring inspiring gifts, presence, and wisdom to spiritual practice, care for communities, and care for the Earth. If you are a woman wishing to claim and live more fully into these gifts, or a man eager to more fully appreciate the feminine - in others and in yourself - this course can help you on your journey.

Anti-Racism for Beginners-Part One

In these times of heightened attention to racial justice, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by the issues and not sure how to move forward. This course can help you wade into these waters with support and guidance.

Anti-Racism for Beginners-Part Two

This spiritual path isn't and shouldn't be separate from the work for justice and equity. This course is for you if you have some basic familiarity with racial justice issues but would like to engage more deeply, from a spiritual perspective.

Listen, Learn, Act: Finding A Path Forward in West Louisville

In the summer of 2020, amid great racial conflict following Breonna Taylor’s killing, Black leaders in Louisville created “A Path Forward,” an extensive, forward-looking document for bringing racial equity to Louisville. The document examined multiple components of racial injustice and recommended actions to alleviate them. This six-week experience will help you engage more deeply – in learning and in action – with the racial equity issues facing Louisville and our nation.

Community Conversations

Would you like to be part of enriching, challenging conversations with local and national leaders in contemplative practice, social healing, and care for the Earth? Our Community Conversations series will let you connect with others and engage mind- and heart-opening dialogue in a safe, supportive forum.

Earth Advocate Group

More than ever, the world needs citizens who are prepared to engage with the environmental challenges that impact our communities and advocate for the poor and vulnerable people that are impacted by these issues. This group offers a supportive space to learn about environmental issues and become empowered to work for a just and equitable transition to a more sustainable world.

Environmental Racism

An exploration into How Black, Indigenous, People of Color are disproportionately Impacted by Pollution.

Unpacking the Gift of Aging

In addition to many great satisfactions, aging inevitably involves losses of various kinds.  These can be invitations to grow deeper as we grow older, developing an expansive spiritual openness to whatever the future brings.

MINDFUL AGING AT THE TRAGER INSTITUTE

In addition to many great satisfactions, aging inevitably involves losses of various kinds.  These can be invitations to grow deeper as we grow older, developing an expansive spiritual openness to whatever the future brings.

The Great Work

Human beings are the most advanced species on planet Earth – and we have also become the most destructive.  If you puzzle at this conundrum, this course can help you understand the unique role that human beings play in our evolving, interconnected universe, and how we can harness our collective energies for personal, social, and planetary flourishing.  

Compassionate Communication

Would you like to begin mending the deep division and polarization in your family, your community, our country? Would you like to move beyond shame and blame- both turned internally and externally - in order to have constructive dialogues - both within yourself and with others? Compassion is the key: bringing a kind, generous heart into the way you speak with (and about) yourself and others. This course can show you how.