Join us for our November Book Club, to keep our racial justice work alive.

Saturday November 23

Vegetarian potluck lunch noon to 12:30, book discussion from 12:30-1:30 pm.

For our fall book club, we’re keeping the discussion about racism and racial justice alive.

Our November book is My Grandmother’s Hands: Radicalized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending our Hearts and Bodies by Resmaa Menakem.

Called “the first self-discovery book to examine white body supremacy in America from the perspective of trauma and body-centered psychology, ” My Grandmother’s Hands is a thought-provoking exploration of race and racism in the United States.

Learn more about the book and author here.

After our powerful weekend workshop on Racism in the Yoga Community with Dr. Monea Abdul-Majeed, we will take what we’ve learned and experienced and use this book as a platform to continue to examine our biases and attitudes. At Lighthouse, we work against white supremacy and work to elevate those who are oppressed and disadvantaged. Join us for this discussion to advance this community conversation in DC’s yoga community.

Free and open to all.

Leader: Suzanne Henley

Start reading now!

 

September 21: Recognize the Other is You, with Jiwan Shakti Kaur (Julie)

September 28: There’s a Way Through Every Block, with Suzanne

October 5: When the Time is On You, Start! And the Pressure will be Off, with Nandi

October 12: Understand with Compassion or You Will Misunderstand the Times, with Audrey

October 19: Vibrate the Cosmos, the Cosmos will Clear the Path, with Hillary

You are a lighthouse, so no one can wreck near you. That is the one thing in life you have to do. Spread the light. Be the lighthouse. So every journey, every destiny, every distance will be safe.

Yogi Bhajan 11/87

You are a lighthouse, so no one can wreck near you. That is the one thing in life you have to do. Spread the light. Be the lighthouse. So every journey, every destiny, every distance will be safe.

Yogi Bhajan 11/87