Embodied Social Justice is a 3-month online program that explores how we embody unjust social conditions, how oppression affects our relationship with our body, and how we can harness the body’s wisdom in making our social justice work more grounded, responsive, and sustainable. This event includes co-Directors: Rev angel Kyodo Williams, Dr. Rae Johnson, Dr. Sara King, PLUS Dr. Kesha Fikes, etc.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams plans to enter the New Year by reflecting on the last. In this video, she shares how can set the intention to show up …
In a Sunday Sermon offered at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, CA, Rev. angel shares a little-known and surprising piece of history in the 400th year anniversary of African people’s being enslaved in what became the United States.
“What is the most difficult leadership moves you’ve taken…and what did you learn?”
Lama Rod Owens and angel Kyodo williams discuss the challenges of being teachers of color in predominantly white communities.
By every measure — including life expectancy, infant mortality, and rates of heart disease and cancer — people of color fare worse than white people, even after controlling for education and income.
Reverend angel Kyodo Williams gave a webinar on the importance and power of mindfulness for activists that connected about 200 people.
angel Kyodo Williams is an author, activist, founder of the Center for Transformative Change, and one of three black women Zen “Senseis” or teachers.
When mindfulness becomes yet another thing that we can modify, and we think is something that is there so that we can consume it, then it’s actually serving our ego.