Book Study on Ruth King’s “Mindful of Race” at Dharma Friendship Foundation
Tuesdays, March 5 to April 16
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Wedgewood location (Seattle)
We will be exploring Ruth King’s Mindfulness of Race. King addresses the emotional and spiritual impacts of racism that are critical to our personal and collective healing. She offers a core of practices, reflections and actions that support our Dharma practices. The class will run for 7 weeks. There will be time for meditation, discussion, reflection and homework. Suggested donation (dana) is $5.00/evening. Class size limited to 10, with preference given to those willing to commit to all or most of the sessions. All donations go towards programming at Dharma Friendship Foundation. To pre-register or for more information, please email MG at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MG Lentz, (She/they) MA is a professional early childhood educator of over 20 years. MG currently teaches kindergarten, and collaborates with a group of independent service providers dedicated to providing individualized services to families, children and professionals to support child development. MG offers workshops on gender diversity, and racial awareness through the lens of the Dharma, has been with DFF for 23 years, and serves on the Board. MG is also involved with Sakyadhita, the The International Buddhist Women’s Organization, and brings a social justice lens to the workshops and discussions at the International conference.