The Harvard Buddhist Community at Harvard Divinity School is pleased to offer the Third Buddhism and Race Conference on Friday, March 3rd through Sunday March 5th, 2017. The Buddhism and Race Conference started in 2015 as a forum to address issues surrounding race and racism within the Buddhist community. Once again, activists, sangha leaders, community members, and students will join together to learn from one another and share justice-oriented teachings and training. We welcome all who wish to connect with other leaders and communities committed to addressing racism from a Buddhist perspective.
During this conference, activists, sangha leaders, community members, and students will join together to learn from one another and share justice-oriented teachings and training. The speakers will be sharing from their experience working in a variety of Buddhist practice settings and service contexts. The speakers will share the ways practitioners of various backgrounds and training can support community transformation through diverse expressions of contemplative practice, leading to a rich cultural and healing exchange.
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