Second Wednesday of each Month | 7:00 – 8:30 pm EST
Facilitated by Seiho Morris
Members of the Zen Studies Society (ZSS) sangha will be hosting a monthly zazen practice space for minority practitioners. This offering is to recognize, open, honor, hold space, and allow for conversational dialog, to help foster a sense of belonging.
The Racial Solidarity Sangha is a gathering of non-white, biracial, and multi-racial practitioners who may or may not already be part of the larger ZSS Sangha.
We gather for 30 minutes of zazen, followed by a conversation to explore cultural bias, racism, and otherism within the sangha and wider communities. As an element of this practice, we’ll utilize a Twelve Step model framework, specifically developed to encompass addressing the experience of persons who are “Non-white.”
Learn more about Engaged Buddhism at the Zen Studies Society.