This podcast offers a collective exhale to just be and take life as it is. In the perfect Zen antidote to new year’s resolutions and planning and striving, Zen priest Rev Angel Kyodo Williams shows us the simplicity of returning to the self.
Rev angel in conversation with journalist and activist Jenara Nerenberg, founder of The Neurodiversity Project
Rev. angel Kyodo williams and Dr. Scott Lyons shared such a potent and enlivening conversation they talked about an upcoming training they are hosting called the Embodied Social Justice Certificate Program.
Radical Dharma: Embodying Race, Love, and Liberation – Dharma Talk with Rev. angel & Abbess Fu Schroeder
Explore what a “Radical Dharma” really means in light of our aspiration to live for the benefit of all beings.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Lama Tsomo and Rev Deborah Johnson in an eye-opening discussion about the intersection of spirituality and the economy from five brilliant women spiritual leaders.
Rev. angel Kyodo Williams Sensei, in an Omega Conversation with the founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Jon Kabat-Zinn, offers the Taking a SKY View practice for cultivating awareness of Self-care, Kindness, and Yearning.
Very Biggest Questions host Angélique Roché convenes an exciting panel for a live discussion. Guests include medical advisor Dr. Maurice Sholas, Psychology Professor at William Paterson University Dr. Amy Learmonth, and writer, activist, and Zen priest Reverend angel Kyodo Williams.
Rev. angel, joined by Aqeela Sherrill and Jasmine Syedullah, Ph.D., discuss the impacts of our racialized experiences and the role of radical dharma in social justice.
The Racial Justice Summit, formerly known as the Summit Against Racism, is a flagship event for Pittsburgh organizers. The Summit creates opportunities for attendees to learn, connect, and act on behalf of racial justice.
Who’s Your Daddy is Arisa White's debut poetic memoir for which, with funding from the Center for Cultural Innovation in Los Angeles, she was able to go to Guyana, South America, to meet her father after 30-plus years of estrangement. With this same artist grant, White was able to offer community workshops for people to write letters to their own absent fathers, and some of those letters became centos in the collection.
The Embodied Social Justice Summit, a four-day empowerment series, opened space for leaders to share explorations on activism, social justice, and embodied practices. Rev. angel speaks on how Embodied Justice is possible when living into an embodied life through the practices that return us to ourselves.
The Embodied Social Justice Summit is a unique opportunity to hear from some of the most impactful voices at the intersection of embodiment, somatics, and social …
“Love and justice cannot be separated.”