Racial Solidarity Sangha: Zazen & Open Discussion

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Each month, members of the Zen Studies Society (ZSS) sangha offer a monthly zazen practice space for minority/POC/BIPOC practitioners. This offering is made recognizing the power of affinity spaces to help foster a sense of belonging in otherwise predominantly "white" spaces.

The Racial Solidarity Sangha is a monthly gathering for people of color, people of culture, BIPOC, Black, Brown, Asian, Indigenous, non-white, biracial, and multi-racial – you catch our drift – practitioners who may or may not already be part of the larger ZSS Sangha. We typically check-in, sit for 20-30 minutes of zazen, and then hold space for open discussion.

Facilitated by Kanchi Lucía Oliva Hennelly and Zuiken Scott Rebellon

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Engaged Buddhism Committee | engagedbuddhist19@gmail.com
Jikyo Bonnie Shoultz Sensei | Jifu Devyani Sadh | Michael Fayne | Yuki Eric Michels

Wed, Mar 10, 2021 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Online via Zoom
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