Interface Boulder is hosting a panel discussion on the invisible spiritual and psychological impacts of racism on Wednesday September 16th from 7.30am to 10am at St.Andrew Presbyterian Church, 3700 Baseline Rd., Boulder.
The panelists join us this morning to talk about this issue:
Dr. Robert Atwell, psychologist and former president of the Association of Black Psychologists.
Kenny Wiley, Director of Faith Formation, Prairie Unitarian Universalist Church, Parker, CO, Co-Chair Black Lives Matter 5280.
Deb Piranian, Ph.D.Associate, Professor and Transpersonal Wilderness Therapy Concentration Coordinator, Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology, Naropa University.
Holly Fulton, MAT, MAEducator, diversity trainer, former board member, Coming to the Table Board.
Norma Johnson, healer, poet/writer, performing artist, speaker and facilitator. www.allinspirit.com[audio http://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/kgnu-news/2015/09/09-10-15_APA.mp3]
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