workshop Rhinebeck, NY

Radical Dharma Camp

The Truth at Home

Dates

Sep 5–9, 2022

Tuition

Member: $355.00

Tiered Pricing: $395.00 or less

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Take a deep dive into the Radical Dharma approach to racial injustice with activist Rev. angel Kyodo williams Roshi.

Rev. angel Kyodo williams Roshi says meditation practice can help us wake up to issues that make us uncomfortable.

Radical Dharma Camp is an immersive experience designed to gather and connect people already committed to implementing racial justice and anti-oppression interventions in their circles of community, identity, faith, and vocation.

Together we dive deep into the framework and practices of a Radical Dharma approach to confronting white supremacy, racial injustice, the intersections of dominance and isolation that keep us from personal and collective liberation.

During camp, we leverage sound, presence, play, and practice for you to:

  • Expand and deepen commitment and talents for disrupting systems and structures of patriarchy, white supremacy, and oppression
  • Engage across lines of difference and indifference authentically to cultivate skills necessary to move through the fears and resistance that limit our ability to act from love
  • Understand the essential roles of embodiment and self-care to collective liberation
  • Learn to apply the Radical Dharma Five (RD5): Framework for Liberation to generate methods relevant to your specific context and conditions
  • Gain insight into skillful use of caucuses, congresses, and how to be accountable to "telling these times"
  • Develop connection with others to disrupt the arrogance of individualism and pain of isolation

Radical Dharma Camp rigorously challenges you to be present to how systemic suffering and injustice lives in you personally and within all of us in redeeming ways that provoke introspection, wonder, vulnerability, accountability, and love.

Please note, Radical Dharma Camp is an immersive experience designed to gather and connect people already committed to implementing racial justice and anti-oppression interventions in their circles of community, identity, faith, and vocation.

Scholarships

There are a limited number of scholarships available to anyone from the BIPOC community who is not in a position to pay through the contemplative justice fellowships of our Omega scholarship program. These scholarships are application-free and work on an honor system. Please contact registration at 877.944.2002.

More Information

The following book is required reading for the course:

  • Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation by Reverend angel Kyodo williams and Lama Rod Owens with Jasmine Syedullah

Workshop Rhinebeck, NY

Sep 5–9, 2022

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