“love and justice are not two. without inner change, there can be no outer change; without collective change, no change matters.”
In this profoundly intimate and direct conversation, viewers get to bear witness to the virtual fireside captured this August, in which these authors and teachers connect, discover and banter about where their work meets: vectors of race, bodies, and trauma and what it means to be in and looking through Black “bodies of culture” in these times.
This conversation captures the essence of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Fearlessness & Grace, the first book authored by Rev. angel Kyodo williams, which was published on this date 20 years ago.
Following the screening of the Unscripted Fireside Chat, Rev. angel & Resmaa will engage a race-contextualized Q&A on what labor is necessary to center the liberation of Black peoples to accomplish freedom for all.
Friday, October 9
4pm Pacific / 7pm Eastern