Durham is a city in which many polarized perspectives meet. Here, a Friday evening public talk on Radical Dharma is followed by a weekend workshop on Embodied Race & Power Awareness, Rev. angel’s signature training in which race&power meets the dharma and lands in the body. “Through practices of centering, contextualization, conversation and community, we […]
By the time this article reaches you, I will have been empowered as an independent teacher in the Zen tradition through a ceremony and process called dharma transmission. While Zen has flourished in the West long enough to bear witness to the passing of pioneering teachers who have, in turn, seeded a substantial network of […]
Just three days after the New York Post’s brazenly racist cartoon managed to slip past all editorial checkpoints to subtly (or grossly) depict the nation’s first Black president as a rabid chimp gunned down by NY’s finest, the online Opinion section of NYTimes ran an article on race.