Racial Justice & Dharma: Mixed Group Gathering - Decolonizing the Mind and Heart Part 2 (Online)

with Arawana Hayashi

February 17th

Date details +
    Room: Online

    Open to all: BIPOC and White-bodied  

    Join us for our Upcoming Event: Decolonizing The Mind and Heart – Part 2
    An Embodied Exploration of Racial Justice Work for Self, Other & Collective

    This January we began a collaboration with Arawana Hayashi, a senior Buddhist teacher and long-time teacher and practitioner of social presencing.

    Just as dancing puts us in contact with parts of ourselves that merely talking about dance cannot, social presencing uses embodied practices to explore and shift social constructs. In the context of anti-racism work, this body-based “social technology” can foster a different kind of knowing.

    Our February gathering will be part 2 of a 3-part process and exploration. If you missed last month, no problem, please come and be ready to dive in! 

    This online gathering is open to all, BIPOC and White-bodied folks, regulars and newcomers!

    Please join us online for a gathering facilitated by the RJ&D team. Feel free to spread the word to others.

    Time & Location
    Date: Saturday, February 17
    Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
    Location: Online

    Schedule
    - Welcome, check-ins, short meditation
    - Embodied practice facilitated by Arawana
    - Affinity breakout group discussions

    For additional information and to RSVP, click here

    Hope to see you online for more practice and conversation! Here are the spring dates:
    Saturday, 3/23
    Saturday, 4/20
    Saturday, 5/25

    Feel free to contact us directly at [email protected]