Ask Questions.
Get Curious.
Change the World.


Stoke your Woke Interactive Journal is where mindfulness meets social and environmental justice. It urges us to pull out our equity lens, clean it off and get to work. Now more than ever, the world needs all of us to grow into and offer our highest qualities in service to creating a world that works for all. 


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Powerful and transformative when done alone, the journal is an equally dynamic resource for small groups. It helps us uncover our blind-spots and identify our gifts. Its a community builder and a grower of equity muscles, calling us to think with our hearts and minds. 

a wake-up call.

As a society, we’ve grown ill. The collective ‘we’ has been replaced by the individualistic ‘me’. The aim of this journal is to set a million small fires in the consciousness of many, urging all of us to snap out of the trance and begin to act on behalf of more than our small selves. 

the journal in action.

We’ve trained and led teachers in the process, facilitated Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) trainings for non-profits, hosted public gatherings at our local library, community common houses and living rooms. We’ve watched people walk in as strangers and walk away friends, find their voice and share their truth.


Social Emotional Learning + Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Stoke Your Woke Interactive Journal has woven its way into workplaces, schools and communities to provide a “third thing” to start meaningful, connecting conversations. Using the journal and its process, teachers and facilitators have tools to build inclusive cultures of empathy, compassion and respect for all members.




“During my search for new tools for practicing mindfulness, I found the Stoke Your Woke Interactive Journal. My use of the journal’s thinking and writing prompts led me to deepen my reflections about who I am and how I live each day. My journey to find peace and joy in my daily life of public school teaching, family and community, led me to the journal’s pages which then led me to seek more resources for inner healing and growth. After just a hand full of journal entries, I found myself on a much bigger journey of mindfulness and connection with my community.”

seth graham / elementary school teacher / bend, or


How will you ‘be’ in the world?

We encourage you to integrate the journal in a way that supports your life. Individually, it will unlock your inner world and help you identify your part. Collectively, it builds relationships, fosters understanding and trust in the spaces where we live and work.