Buddhist Justice Reporter: George Floyd, the Bodhisattvas’ Cry, and the Paramita of Persistence, Online 6/10

Practice Center
Date / Time
June 10, 2021 / 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Event Type
Workshops and Retreats

The Zoom link to participate in the workshop portion of this event will be provided at least 24 hours before it begins. Please call 415-354-0360 if you have any questions. This program will have the option of closed captioning.

Thursday, 4 – 6 pm PT

How does White Supremacy feed our fears? What draws one into the presence of terror? How do we become persistent witness bearers when others would prefer we not see them? What does it sound like when the bodhisattvas cry? How do we live out our ethical obligations to the bodhisattva aspirants we create?

In this discussion, Community Dharma Leader, Zen practitioner, pastoral counselor and author Pamela Ayo Yetunde will facilitate conversation about what led to creating Buddhist Justice Reporter: The George Floyd Trials, www.buddhistjustice.com, how to determine what is Right Action, and how Buddhists might remain Buddhists while also advocating for justice.

Fee Information
  • Full price: $40
  • SFZC members: $36

We offer a number of discounted tickets:

  • Sliding Scale 1: $24
  • Sliding Scale 2: $10
  • BIPOC are invited to attend free of charge. Please register using the link below and scroll for BIPOC ticket type.

For additional discount options, please email us at rezoffice@sfzc.org.

Register Online

Or call 415-354-0360.