Social Justice, Ecodharma, and Activism: A Conversation with David Loy and Alan Senauke, Online 7/11

Practice Center
Date / Time
July 11, 2020 / 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Event Type
Special Events & Exhibits

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. This event will be recorded and sent to participants on Monday, July 13th. The recording will be available to view for 48 hours from that date.

Saturday, 6 – 8 pm

What Does Buddhist Practice Mean Today?

Buddhadharma has always transformed as it spread to new cultures and responded to new challenges. While the Three Refuges and Four Noble Truths remain touchstones, our age of social inequality, ecological crisis, and collective engagement raises urgent questions about the shape of Buddhist practice in the 21st Century.

Join us for a conversation about how Buddha's ancient teachings are relevant tools for healing and harmony amid today's tumultuous times. Old friends and colleagues, David Loy and Hozan Alan Senauke will discuss how their roots in activism and work with the Clear View Project inform their views of today's events.

Fee Information

$50; $45 current SFZC members; $35 limited income. Some partial scholarships are available.

To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the application form.

Registration Information