About BIPOC Sangha

Bi-weekly on Mondays at 7:00 - 8:00 pm ET

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The Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Sangha is a bi-weekly gathering of self-identified BIPOC practitioners who meditate together and explore the teachings of the Buddha in the light of personal experience. 

Each bi-weekly session offers a short talk, guided meditation, and/or a silent sit for 30 - 40 minutes. Some gatherings add a 10 - 15 minute question and response period to help support the practice.

While we understand that many non-BIPOC people may be interested in participating, we ask that they refrain from joining this program which is specifically offered to provide shelter and respite to our BIPOC community.


Upcoming Dates & Teachers


May 13 & 27 with Tara Mulay and  bruni davila

June 10 & 24 with Yong Oh and Jeanne Corrigal  

July 8 & 22 with JoAnna Hardy and Tuere Sala


FAQ

  • Recordings

    To help create a safe space for the vulnerability that arises in our sanghas and the desire to make these "community-centered," which is more authentically a live experience, recordings will be unavailable.

  • Additional Questions

    If you have additional questions please contact us at [email protected].