part of the White Awake Affinity Series

Body Wisdom and Our RET Circle of Concern

Daniel Dilliplane and Karen Hatch


Sunday, November 22, 2020 4pm-5:30 pm EST

The work of Racial Equity and Transformation requires us to develop new body wisdom practices that take into account wide and diverse circles of concern. As part of the White Awake Affinity Series, this event will focus on how white accomplices in the fight for racial equity can enhance and deepen their contributions to this work.

We will explore our body data related to engagement with issues of race and racism – particularly our experiences of “making mistakes” and “falling short.” And we’ll play with RAIN, a practice that promotes self-care and a way that can help us keep showing up.
Recognize what is going on;
Allow the experience to be there, just as it is;
Investigate with interest and care;
Nurture with self-compassion.

Let’s take an incremental step together toward transformation!

This session will be offered FREE of charge. Donations will be accepted and all contributions will go to support the Racial Equity and Transformation Mini-Grands Fund.

Join us on Zoom for this event by emailing Karen for the link and password.

Cost: Free or contribution to InterPlay RET mini-grants

Registration/Information: Contact Karen Hatch at 757/350-5202 or



Daniel Dilliplane
Dan uses InterPlay in the college curricula that he develops for classes that he teaches in Communication and in Theatre/Performance. His work focuses on performance for social change.
Karen Hatch
Karen identifies as both a "free agent" and healing justice advocate and wants to play with everyone! With a background in hospice nursing and youth ministry she is dedicated to being present to the unbelievable beauty of being human in all people across the lifespan. She is particularly committed to racial equity and transformation and is an activist, facilitator, community organizer and student at home in rural Virginia and beyond. Karen is a Certified InterPlay leader and singer/songwriter.

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