Following publication of her book, Debating Yoga and Mindfulness in Public Schools: Reforming Secular Education or Reestablishing Religion? by the University of North Carolina Press, in May 2019, Dr. Candy Gunther Brown is spending much of this year working on related talks and articles. Brown analyzes legal challenges to Transcendental Meditation, Ashtanga yoga, Superbrain yoga, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and Waldorf Methods, as well as prayer, Bible reading, and creationism, in public schools. Brown explains how many such programs can be interpreted as both “secular” and “religious.” She teases out the legal and ethical stakes, and outlines an opt-in model of informed consent. Brown has recently returned from lecturing in Belgium, Nebraska, Virginia, Washington D.C., and California, with trips to New York and Tennessee upcoming. See Brown in action debating the role of mindfulness in public institutions at the Mindful Leadership Summit or read her op-ed in the Washington Post.