Examining Whiteness: Spiritual Practice, and Healing from the Damage

September 4th

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    Room: WPFC Carriage House

    Please note the date change from 8/31 to 9/4.

    In this session we will explore the topic of anti-racism as a liberatory spiritual practice. We will also discuss what it means to be a white person holding an authentic spiritual lineage that comes from another culture with integrity as that pertains more generally and specifically to Shambhala. 

     

    Listen to this podcast:

    Rev.  angel Kyoto williams, “why your liberation is bound up with mine”

    https://ny.shambhala.org/2018/05/20/rev-angel-kyodo-williams-why-your-liberation-is-bound-up-with-mine-podcast-194/

     

    Read:

    Radio Lynn Gottlieb, “White Like Me: A woman rabbi gazes into the mirror of American racism”

    http://bechollashon.org/heart/index.php/articles/2006

     

    Look at or listen to:

    “Asian American Buddhist Stories” 

    http://www.buddhistpeacefellowship.org/aapi-buddhist-stories/

     

    Optional listening:

    Ruby Sales, On Being, “where does it hurt?”

    https://onbeing.org/programs/ruby-sales-where-does-it-hurt/