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Mindful : August 2015
34 49 60 PHOTOGRAPHSBYBLAKEFARRINGTON(RIGHT)ANDPAULBLOOMER/SHOWTIME(ABOVE).ILLUSTRATIONBYMAIRAKALMAN. 34 Seeing Every Thing Artist Maira Kalman reveals how she stumbles on hidden beauty in stuff you probably wouldn’t give a second glance. Features “There is a disconnect between police agencies and many citizens—predominantly in communities of color. We simply must find ways to see each other more clearly.” FBI Director James B. Comey on unconscious bias in law enforcement. Read more on page 44. mindful august 44 Your Brain’s Worst Habit Unconscious bias is a plague of our time, and we’re all infected. So how do we stop our fear of the unknown from turning us into bigots? Karin Evans reports. 54 Cut Out the Woo-Woo Talking about meditation without turning people off requires tact. ABC News anchor Dan Harris and Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce dig into meditation’s massive PR problem. 60 Act Like You Mean It During a stint on Show time’s Homeland working with the legendary Claire Danes, Michael O’Keefe learned a lot about acting—and mindfulness. Meditation Teacher Vinny Ferraro EXTRAS 49 Uncovering Your Biases 58 7 tips for talking about meditation...without being annoying 63 Find Your Self August 2015 mindful 3