In this interview with Dr. Cornel West, originally a keynote event from our July 2021 Spiritual Citizenship Online Conference, co-host for the conference, Oneika Mays, explores the relationship between Cornel West’s spiritual and religious commitments and his political activism.
Kulreet Chaudhary is a medical doctor who integrates the contemplative teachings on sound into her medical work.
Shreena Gandhi is a part of the Religious Studies Department at Michigan State University, where is primarily teaches classes on religion and race in the Americas.
Isa Gucciardi is the author of the books “Return to the Great Mother” and “Coming to Peace”.
Richard Katz has written 7 books on Indigenous approaches to health and healing. His latest, Indigenous Healing Psychology: Honoring the Wisdom of the First Peoples is a culmination of his work.
Françoise Bourzat has been bridging the divide between western psychology and indigenous wisdom in collaboration with healers in Huaulta de Jiminez, Mexico for the past 30 years.
Prentis Hemphill is a movement facilitator, Somatics teacher, and practitioner, and working at the convergence of healing, collective transformation, and political organizing.
Vineet Chander is the Coordinator for Hindu Life and Hindu Chaplain at Princeton University and a Religious Life Leader at the Lawrenceville School.
Zhenevere is a poet, novelist, playwright, and the director of the SACRa Theater Company.
Tracee is a yoga nidra teacher an published author.
Tias is a popular yoga and meditation teacher.
Shailla is the creator of the Yoga of Stress Resilience Burnout Recovery Program, and the Reconnect Concussion program, both of which combine the path of yoga with the science of human function for healing and recovery.
Swami Swatmananda is an acharya of Chinmaya Mission of South Mumbai.