We’re delighted to host Rev. angel Kyodo williams for a Radical Dharma event November 15-17th!
You’ll be able to attend the Friday evening event on its own, or combine your registration to include the Saturday & Sunday event as well.
More information & registration coming soon!
About Rev. angel:
Not that a Black, mixed-raced woman Zen priest is ordinary to begin with, but Rev. angel Kyodo williams defies and transcends any title, descriptor or category you can imagine. Freed from ordinary ways of naming, she captures imaginations, expands visions, and gets straight to the heart of the work of liberation. If there were a thing that could be said that accurately captures her vision, her practice and her to-the-point style, it would be that with great prescience, everything she has applied her efforts to learning and understanding has prepared her to be a unique and critical voice in these critical times. Rev angel knows old tools no longer serve us. More than a talking head, she lives at the bleeding edge of embodiment, mindfulness and justice-centered liberation. Rev. angel is a writer, activist, ordained Zen priest and the author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace, published by Viking Press in 2000, and the co-author of Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation, published by North Atlantic Books. She teaches widely.