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Addiss DG.  2017.  Mindfulness, Compassion, and the Foundations of Global Health Ethics. Practitioner's Guide to Ethics and Mindfulness-Based Interventions. :295-322.
Anonymous.  2019.  Lineage Project Programs. Lineage Project.
Anonymous.  2017.  Mindfulness in the classroom. Chippewa Valley Family.
Anonymous.  2017.  The Practices of Transformative Movements. ICEA. 1(1):49-56.
Anonymous.  2019.  TRAUMA INFORMED YOGA. Yoga Behind Bars.
Anonymous.  Submitted.  Understanding & Practicing Mindful Social Justice. Feed Kindness Starve Harm.
Barrett C.  2015.  “I Feel Mad Light”: Sharing Mindfulness-Based Strategies with Troubled Youth. Alternative Offender Rehabilitation and Social Justice. :32-52.
Barrett CJ.  2017.  Mindfulness and Rehabilitation: Teaching Yoga and Meditation to Young Men in an Alternative to Incarceration Program. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 61(15):1719-1738.
Witoonchart C., Bartlet L..  2002.  The use of a meditation programme for institutionalized juvenile delinquents. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand. 85(2):790-793.
Beachum FD, Gullo GL.  2019.  School Leadership: Implicit Bias and Social Justice. Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education. :1-26.
Senghaas-Knobloch E.  2014.  Mindfulness: A Politically Sensitizing Concept. Care and Social Sustainability as Issues. Mindful Change in Times of Permanent Reorganization. :191-208.

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