Talk-It-Out Radio


Anger can be a scary emotion–both when we are angry and when someone is angry at us. In many predominantly white and privileged communities doing spiritual practice or emotion work, when facing the danger of anger, the tendency is to suppress it and project it onto others, to blame people of color and other disenfranchised people for the anger they often feel as a result of the actions of those with more privilege. How can we work more skillfully with anger so that all of our voices are heard? Host Marlena Willis explores using the tools of mindfulness meditation and Nonviolent Communication to work with anger, particularly focusing on anger between those in power and those with far less power.

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