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“Unless we change social structures and institutions, we cannot expect our society to change in any fundamental, enduring way.” 

Frank Martin | June 3, 2020
“Unless we change social structures and institutions, we cannot expect…
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Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) at ChooseWell Communities, Louisville, KY

Anne Walter | April 16, 2020
Juliana is a new CCT graduate. She’s also a proud…
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Remembering Compassion in Uncertain Times

Thupten Jinpa | March 18, 2020
Dear Friends,   We are living through an unprecedented time…
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“How is Your Heart Today?”: Compassion at Angola Prison

KC Branscomb | August 1, 2019
I’m excited to share this lovely article by Dr. Chris…
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Open at the Close

Laura Banks | May 20, 2019
Every spring I head to the garden center and buy…
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What Does Courage Look Like?

Sara Schairer | December 10, 2018
Malcolm* didn’t beat around the bush. His shared his statement…
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Seattle business leaders ask: How can we bring more compassion and mindfulness into our workplaces?

Maya Nader | June 27, 2018
This is an inspiring example of how compassion education can…
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Reflections on Compassion: Compassion Cultivation Training at Angola Prison

Lisel Joseph | June 12, 2018
Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola is the largest maximum-security prison…
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Words on a Wall: A Poem and Reflection on CCT

Barbara Piper-Roelofs | March 21, 2018
Barbara Piper-Roelofs is a life coach, poet, and alumna of…
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CCT for Social Advocates

Dent Gitchel | January 26, 2018
Arkansas-based Certified CCT Teacher Dent Gitchel received a Compassion Corps…
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