Practicing Mindful Feminism: Finding Peace Amidst the Search for Liberation
The Riveter: Capitol Hill
1517 12th Avenue Suite 101
Seattle, WA 98122

Being a feminist is no easy task. The judgment, the contradictions, and the helplessness of realizing so much is wrong with the world, frequently become an everyday struggle. However, gender equality & social justice are not things you can just stop believing in. Once you embrace these ideas, they become a part of your identity. So how do you find peace amidst this duality? In this workshop, we'll explore this question, and learn about the importance of putting well-being at the center of the search for liberation. The truth is, the feminist movement cannot thrive if each one of its members is not well. By the end, attendees will have practical tools to confront & hopefully overcome the feelings of desperateness & anxiety that often arise when leading feminist lives.

f you feel like feminism is repeatedly taking a toll on your serenity, but also know that giving up on your principles is not an option, this workshop is for you. If you’re open to exploring how a fresh take on feminism can help you achieve more joy and freedom, please come! Absolutely no previous knowledge or experience is necessary.

Salomé Gómez-Upegui // Salomé is a Latina human rights lawyer specialized in freedom of expression and women’s rights. In her life, finding a balance between caring about equality and justice and caring for herself, is a common dilemma. Searching for a solution, she created Mindful Feminism, an online magazine for women who want to feel inspired, centered, & connected to their inner power. Salomé holds a Master in Laws from Harvard Law School & and a BA in Laws from Universidad de Los Andes.