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Making-Visible: The Indigenous Community Webinar #3

Webinar #3 - This webinar is closed. See below for resources provided by the leader of the call, Audri Scott Williams.

Steps to Inner Peace - see slide deck from call here

Audri is the Spiritual Director of the Spiritual Enrichment Center in Dothan, AL. Audri also hosts a weekly radio show on WKCG 99.1 FM in Dothan. She is a proud mother of three sons and a grandmother of 15. 

Most recently, Audri was the first woman of color to run for Congress in the highly conservative Congressional District 2 of Alabama. She is also the first woman to lead a global walk for Human Rights and Environmental Justice (2005-2009); a walk for civic engagement across America to over 50 communities (2010-2011); an environmental justice walk (2012) and, the Red Flame for Freedom Movement, a national movement to end human trafficking, mass incarceration and children in poverty (2015 - 2016).

Audri has received numerous awards for her service to humanity, including a Presidential Certificate of Merit (President Bill Clinton), HBO Hearing Her Voice, Telling Her Story Award; the 2008 URI Bowes Award to the Trail of Dreams Team (awarded in India); the 2017 Amelia Boynton Robinson Legacy Award; and a Proclamation from the City of Tuskegee declaring August 19, 2017, Audri Scott Williams Day. 

Audri is an author and speaker - locally and nationally. She has spoken at numerous spiritual centers Colleges and Universities, and numerous organizations throughout Alabama and the country. 

Making visible is a free webinar program supported by the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation, based in California, along with the Opening Heart Mindfulness Community in Washington, DC. This call includes one hour of teaching led by an expert with lived experience. There will be time for mindful questions and answers and sharing, and a follow up sharing call after. 

All of our learning calls will be led by the people who are living the life, and doing the work.