The Paradoxical Practices of Racial Justice with Kazu Haga and Claire Whitmer, Online 9/26

Practice Center
Date / Time
September 26, 2020 / 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Event Type
Special Events & Exhibits
Description

The Zoom link to participate in this event will be provided 24-hours before the start date. Please call 415-354-0360 if you have any questions.


Saturday, 6 – 8 pm PT

In this time of social, racial and ecological turmoil, we are faced with the need to act both urgently and slowly, to activate and to pause. This is just one of many paradoxes we are practicing with as we seek to show up fully for racial and environmental justice. Buddhist practice offers us a framework for holding multiple truths at once; how can we apply this framework to our engagement with social change? Join Kazu Haga, founder of East Point Peace Academy and Claire Whitmer, co-founder and co-director of STRONGHOLD in a discussion exploring the paradoxical practices undergirding our efforts for racial justice and how we can hold these tensions as we move into action.

Fee Information

$50; $45 current SFZC members; $35 limited income.

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