Exploring individual & cultural identity
A day-long Buddhist practice for people of color and allies
Participate in a day-long immersion practice, with guided meditations and dialogues for people of color and their allies.
Join us for a day of meditation, conversation, connection and discovery.
Meditation and dharma dialogue will be led by Venerable Seiho Morris, a Zen priest at the Chobo-Ji Zen Temple on Seattle’s Beacon Hill.
Including a Dharma talk and dialogue led by Dr. Charles Johnson.
Suggested donation $20
Space is limited: Please register in advance as a courtesy to the organizers.
Includes a catered lunch and dinner:
Lunch: Tabbouleh salad, blanched asparagus, potato leek soup with almond milk
Dinner: Panzanella salad, creamy roasted carrot soup, eggplant parmesan, polenta
If you would like to volunteer to help with this program, please email the Nalanda West office.
‘Bias’ and/or ‘Otherism’ is the tendency to physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually reject, diminish or cause harm or interfere with a person, because of differences in race, age, ethnicity, gender, sexual-orientation and identification, religion, spiritual belief or lack of belief, considering them inferior to oneself. Otherism can result in behaviors that interfere, negate or limit and result in exclusion and not being treated equally.”
Bookings are closed for this event.