Mindful of Race: Transforming Racism from the Inside Out

Mindful of Race: Transforming Racism from the Inside Out

by Ruth King, Charles Johnson

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781683640813
Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/01/2018
Pages: 280
Sales rank: 91,188
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Ruth King

Ruth King is an international teacher in the Insight Meditation tradition, a recognized diversity consultant to leaders and organizations, a life coach, and the author of Healing Rage: Women Making Inner Peace Possible (Gotham, 2007). She created the Mindful of Race training program and is the founder of Mindful Members Insight Meditation Community of Charlotte, North Carolina. More at ruthking.net. 

Table of Contents

Introduction: Racism Is a Heart Disease, and It's Curable! 1

Part 1 Understanding Habits of Harm-Diagnosis

Chapter 1 Two Realities, One Truth 17

Chapter 2 Individual and Group Racial Identity 23

Chapter 3 Racial Group Dominance and Subordination 35

Chapter 4 Six Hindrances to Racial Harmony 45

Part 1 Summary 69

Part 2 Mindfulness-Heart Surgery

Chapter 5 Life Is Not Personal, Permanent, or Perfect 73

Chapter 6 Establishing a Daily Meditation Practice 79

Chapter 7 Cultivating Calm: Sitting and Walking Practice 83

Chapter 8 Kindness Practice 93

Chapter 9 Understanding the Cycle of Misperception 105

Chapter 10 Working with Racial Distress: RAIN Practice 109

Part 2 Summary 127

Part 3 Cultivating a Culture of Care-Recovery

Chapter 11 Cultivating Moral Character 131

Chapter 12 Compassion Practice 145

Chapter 13 The Wake-Up Call: Racial Affinity Groups 165

Chapter 14 Talking about What Disturbs You 177

Chapter 15 What White People Can Do with Privilege 189

Chapter 16 What People of Color Must Do Together 213

Chapter 17 Artistry: Cultural Medicine 237

Chapter 18 Equanimity Practice 243

Messy at Best! 253

Acknowledgments 261

About the Author 265

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reececo331 11 months ago
Mindful of Race Understanding and Transforming Habits of Harm (Paperback) by Ruth King I had hoped that reading this book i would come to a broader understanding of Race and changing my own habits, but this book is biased, not a negative thing, but it looks at Race from the African American view point, although it shows some White view points it seems to lump things together making me cringe as it details how we can never understand other Races or people from diverse groups, which is a sad concept. I think she has a great beginning to this premise, but fell a little roughed up by her descriptions. I hope that readers explore what concepts she brings up, but learn to not take it as personal as I did. It is well written, and shows a very strong look at the minority view of Race relations.