Racial Justice and Mindfulness Mentor

Try Ideas And Be Mentored Without Criticism or Judgement

Are you tired of trying to figure out racial justice alone?

Do you wish you knew what to say in the moment? 

Have you thought: I grew up in a white world; where do I even start?

H.E.A.R.T. Method for Racial Justice and Mindful Living 

In this 2 month online program Dr. Kemp will take you through a step by step process where you will learn tools to transform rage and sadness to open-hearted energy and loving conversation. 


  •  6 Group Coaching Calls with Dr. Amanda Kemp 
  •  Strategies of the H.E.A.R.T. System Video Series
  •  Say the Wrong Thing: Strategies of the H.E.A.R.T. Workbook ($297 Value)
  •  Opportunities to mastermind with other like-minded people in the program


  • "I have better tools for listening and meeting people where they are."
  • "I’m a little more forgiving of myself."
  • "I’m more hopeful and open hearted."
  • "I especially liked the tracking and holding techniques and the concept of being open to transformation."
  • "The group helped us all grow. Amanda's leadership was so helpful to move us through hard times."
  • "My eye were opened. Reminded me that I'm not alone in wanting deeper dialogue...to affect positive change."
  • "Amanda’s sure and spirited leadership allowed a community to form that encouraged trust, growth and reflection."
  • "I take new knowledge on how to proceed with my social justice work and I think it is going to be helpful in terms of my personal growth. It was WONDERFUL. Thank you."
  • "I’d been searching for years for writing and strategies for social justice that I could relate to on a spiritual level; you connected those things. There’s a lot of agitation and movement building but we don’t get the time to heal within the community, as friends and partners."

What We Cover

  • How to use your voice even when others strongly disagree or challenge you
  • How to cultivate self-love and self-care 
  • How to transform your fear of saying the wrong thing into authentic connection
  • How to stay connected with loved ones 
  • What to do when you’ve offended someone or feel offended
  •  How to listen deeply
  • How to respond when confronted with racism and prejudice


  • Gain confidence in talking about race in large groups and intimate settings 
  • Keep conversations productive 
  • Create “safer” spaces 
  • Speak freely 
  • Stay grounded in love even when others are not 
  • Withstand attacks and criticism 
  • Talk with family members without losing your cool 
  • Find the common ground 
  • Adopt “Both-And” vision 
  • Strengthen your gut
  • Deepen relationships across the color line 
  • Connect even if you disagree
  • Overcome fear of rejection and disapproval 
  • Recover quickly from offense 
  • Start honest dialogues about racial justice 
  • Uncover your blind spots 


September 6th, September 13, September 27, October 4, October 18, and October 25 

(Can't make a call? No worries! All coaching calls will be recorded and available for you to download.)


Early Bird Registration: $597 

Regular Price: $797


  • First 5 Registrants get a free Racial Justice Action Plan Template and private coaching call (a $497 value )
  • The Mindful Movement Meditation by Cindy Herr
  • 3 copies of the Say The Wrong Thing: Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community e-book by Dr. Amanda Kemp 

About Dr. Amanda Kemp

Racial Justice and Mindfulness Mentor, Author and Facilitator

Dr. Amanda Kemp is a Stanford University graduate and the creator of the H.E.A.R.T. System for Racial Justice and Mindful Living. 

A Master Teacher, Dr. Kemp has helped over 25,000 individuals become more mindful of racial justice and our fundamental interconnectedness. 

In addition to serving as a Visiting Scholar at Franklin & Marshall College, she has worked with the Rev. Jesse Jackson, the Honorable Maxine Waters, the NAACP and the movement for a Free South Africa. 

The Founder of Theatre for Transformation, Dr. Kemp has shared the stage and/or worked with Danny Glover, August Wilson, Toni Morrison, George Wolfe, Oskar Eustis and Sonia Sanchez. She has been featured on PBS, WITF, WGAL, LCTV, and is a frequent speaker at schools, colleges, and faith communities. 

Her book Say the Wrong Thing: Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community has been nominated for One Book One Community and has been featured on numerous podcasts and the Huffington Post. 

Married to the violinist Michael Jamanis, Kemp co-parents five teens, a guinea pig and a chocolate lab named Jake.