We invite you to attend THE WEBINARS:
A sAFE Space TO HEAR THEIR STORIES

If you’re interested in how to unlearn and relearn the truth about individuals and communities who suffer by hearing their stories – while using a foundation of mindfulness and loving kindness - join our monthly Making-Visible webinars. 

Topics range from Immigration, to Native American Genocide, to Anti-Black Racism. In 2019, we will focus on indigenous communities and women’s issues. 


We invite you to attend our webinar to learn more about the history behind the current struggles facing indigenous people in the Americas.

Community Guide: Frida Larios


April 25, 2019. 7pm - 8:30pm EST

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2019 Calendar 

Indigenous Community - Register for individual calls

March 20  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Indigenous Communities

April 25  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Indigenous Communities

May 29  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Indigenous Communities

June 12  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Sharing Learnings Session - Indigenous Communities

Women’s Issues Webinar Series

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July 17  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Women’s Issues

September 25  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Women’s Issues

October 23  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Women’s Issues

November 20  7pm - 8:30pm EST - Dharma Sharing Session - Women’s Issues


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Information on the Latino Community

Hispanic people are the largest minority in the United States, and fully one in six people in the U.S. are Latinx, and one in ten are of Mexican heritage. Only Mexico has a larger Hispanic population than the United States.The Census Bureau describes Hispanic or Latino ethnicity as "a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race."

In lieu of fees, we ask you to consider making a donation to Nueva Vida to benefit Latinas with cancer in the DC area.


Sessions are in English, accessible, and co-led by Adriana Arizpe and Annie Mahon.

Translations and physical accommodations are provided.

Adriana is a Mexican woman who has lived in the DC area for 8 years. She has degrees in Communications and Gastronomy and is an executive in media, research, marketing and communication. Adriana has been practicing mindfulness since 2014 and has extensive knowledge of relationships and cultural contrasts and a special interest in how Latin-American culture contributes to US culture as a whole.

Annie is a white, Armenian-American, ordained (lay) in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, founder of Circle Yoga Cooperative, DC Yoga Week, and Opening Heart Mindfulness community, and founder and treasurer of the Pink House Foundation, a grant making organization supporting the development political and social capital for marginalized groups in the US. She has been a student of mindfulness since the early 1990's.