An experiential approach to racial justice


We engage primarily white people in critical anti-racism, embodied human development, and accountable community practices. By challenging white people to develop into vital, emotional, embodied humans, we aid them in working authentically for equity.


How can we respond to the violent, daily impact of racism on people of color and explore the cost of racism to white people?

How can white people build their emotional resilience and be useful in the growing multiracial movement toward social justice?

How do we fully engage our bodies, minds, and spirits to end racism and usher in collective liberation?


In this time of growing awareness of how oppression impacts each one of us, the Embodied Equity Project inspires you to ask these critical questions, experience the vitality of all your emotions and sensations, remain connected to the people around you, and live into your answers.