In the face of today’s political and social unrest, is it possible to create a wise, kind, and strong human society? Rev. angel Kyodo Williams speaks about how the collective process of waking up is closely related to the truth of interdependence.
Poverty is a powerful stressor that influences growth and development in children, and physical and mental health throughout adulthood. What does neuroscience tell us about poverty’s impact? How can we better use social capital and other tools to prevent or reverse the effects?
When I previously interviewed Rev. angel, for the January 2014 issue of The MOON, I was taken with several of her statements. “The only way the world is going to change the way we want it to, is for us to show up in that same way,” she said. “If we want sustainability in the world, we have to live in sustainable ways. If we want peace in the world, we have to live in peaceful ways. If we want justice in the world, we have to be just in all our dealings.”
In the light of the egregious, inhumane, and un-American policies of this administration, we are gonna have to take risks, make sacrifices, and put it all on the line to protect our fellow brothers and sisters. No amount of meditation and good intentions is enough to meet this moment. This is about solidarity in action.
The Path of True Love: Healing Ourselves, our recent mindfulness retreat for People of Color. Today, Rev. angel Kyodo Williams offers a presentation and reading based on the newly published book, Radical Dharma.
Sensei angel Kyodo Williams joins host Vincent Horn to continue the current series on ethics in a talk about race, love, and liberation.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams talks about race, love and liberation as she described in her book Radical Dharma.
Rev. angel Kyodo Williams speaks about focusing on yourself, she teaches about the small things we should be paying attention to.
When Being Black came out in 2000, I was chagrined by what I had done.
Lama Rod Owens and angel Kyodo Williams discuss the challenges of being teachers of color in predominantly white communities. Read their conversation in the Winter 2014 issue of Buddhadharma.