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ZEE CLARKE OFFERS TOOLS AND SUPPORT FOR BIPOC COMMUNITIES WITH THE LAUNCH OF HER NEW BOOK, BLACK PEOPLE BREATHE, AT HOUSTON MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

Cover of "Black People Breathe" by Zee Clarke
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Celebrate the launch of Black People Breathe (March 14, 2023 // Penguin Random House) by Zee Clarke, Harvard MBA and mindfulness and breathwork expert for BIPOC communities. The book draws on Zee’s professional expertise and her perspective as a Black woman to offer thirty-three mindfulness exercises, breathwork practices, and meditative tools centered on healing and survival for those who have endured racial trauma. Studies show that mindfulness can ease mental health concerns, and having experienced the benefits firsthand, Zee shares the practices that have been essential to her well-being.