This chapter argues on the college classroom, offering ways to help individual students become conscious of how they are responding to social justice material and helping them become more intentional about how they process those reactions so that they can make more empowered choices. Social justice work has to happen at the collective level of institutionalized change: altering the laws, practices, criminal justice systems, educational systems, and media portrayals. Mindfulness practices can take the form of introspective, individual activities, and quiet meditation. The mindfulness work we do as individuals has a ripple effect in shaping the communities of which we are a part. Mindful practices help us learn to more compassionately relate to one another. As this partnership between mindfulness education and anti-oppression pedagogy continues to grow, it further explores how to move this learning beyond the individual, beyond the classroom, and into cultivating sustainable, just communities.