Shanté Smalls: Protecting & Caring for the Sangha – Podcast 149

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What does it mean to protect and care for others? Dr. Shanté Smalls discusses why we need not be helpless in the face of aggression, and how meditation helps us cultivate a caring attitude toward ourselves and others.

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Dr. Shanté Paradigm Smalls began her formal Buddhist journey at 16. After studying and practicing with different sanghas, and lots of non-practicing and non-studying, Shanté happened upon the teachings of Ani Acharya Pema Chödron and the Vidyadhara Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. She’s been a Shambhala student since 2006. In her working life, Shanté is a scholar, artist, and writer. Her teaching, research, and writing focuses on Black popular culture in music, film, visual art, genre fiction, and other aesthetic forms.

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