Special Community Episode

Tuesday, September 15

6pm EDT/3pm PDT LIVE

Topics

We are less than two months away from our general election! This is our Call to Action.

We know our community may be facing anxiety around the future of our political and social landscape.

Hot off the heels of CTZWELL’s VOTE Summit, we are diving deeper on how you can take information for inner self change that you have been gathering from the State of Union Yoga Series and begin to apply it and make real outer world change.

Join CTZNWELL founder Kerri Kelly, Senior Political Strategist and Yogi Reggie Hubbard, Rikers Island Prison Yoga Teacher and Lost Resort tv show retreat leader Oneika Mays and co-hosts Yogi J Miles and Shankari Goldstein, as they discuss everything from:

  • Community Care
  • Get Out the Vote
  • How Yogis are the future of compassion for humanity
  • Defunding the police and inequality in our prison systems
  • How White Supremacy has affected Black Communities historically and in modern times
  • Action vs. Restoration

This Community Town Hall will be a special episode that allows our participants to come on screen and ask their questions directly to our panel!

It is available for free for our season package holders. We will send you a link reminding you of the event 24 hours prior to start time. Season packages are still available for full purchase and you will get access to all the prior episodes recordings and the Tools for Action resources.

Presenters

J Miles

Moderator

Choose a rate that works for you

Tickets are available for purchase on a sliding scale.
If you are able to pay more, your contributions will support community members experiencing financial difficulties.

In support of our commitment to service as yogis, we will ensure that 50% of every purchase (after taxes and service fees) goes to each presenter’s charity of choice or a Black-owned business. We strive for an equitable and trauma-free future, so the remaining 50% of every purchase will be given to the presenters equally to pay for their emotional labor.

A limited number of scholarships are available for Black and Indigenous People of Color who are experiencing financial difficulties.