Social Justice

Restorative Justice at Naropa and Beyond

Madison Spialek, a senior from Denver, and her friends in PAX 335 (“Socially Engaged Spirituality”) have participated in a series of community-based restorative justice classes this semester.

Always Remember… Never Forget.

In 2011, Sue Wallingford spearheaded the creation of the Naropa Community Art Studio- International (NCAS-I), a sustainable service-learning project. The mission of this project is to bring art therapy practices into international populations working

A Plea for Year-Round Shelter for the Homeless

by Joy Redstone, Crisis Intervention & Substance Abuse Prevention Counselor at Naropa University Originally published as an opinion article in the Daily Camera, December 30, 2014. This year we gathered

Why We Can’t Breathe

by Jan Willis, PhD, Trustee at Naropa University Reblogged from Lion’s Roar, December 7, 2014—see original here. We can’t breathe! In Buddhist meditation, our breathing is essential. Anapana, meditation on

Humanizing the Collective Body

by Tommy Woon, Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Naropa University It was a quiet Tuesday afternoon on our very small campus. Everyone was starting to leave for Thanksgiving break,

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