Following on from the open practice space exploring the Protector Principle on December 13th and 14th, Dr. Claudelle Glasgow and Dr. Shanté Smalls will hold a space of sanctuary for BIPoC for a day of discovering the ways the healing process can bring joy, liberation, and celebration through various contemplative activities.
Attendance on the 13th and 14th is not required for attendance of this offering.
A note on ticket pricing:
This closed container is entirely Pay-What-You-Can according to your means. No one should be excluded from the dharma due to financial resources or any other circumstances.
Any contribution you are able to make helps cover the costs of putting on a program like this. Program costs include venue rental, teacher’s fees, honorariums, and general expenses like sound equipment and reimbursing the teacher’s travel costs. If there is a profit, it will be used to fund future similar weekend programs and teaching offerings supporting racial equity work and BIPoC practice spaces.
Location: Columbia City Church of Hope, 3818 S Angeline St, Seattle, WA 98118
Getting to the event and accessibility:
The Columbia City Church of Hope has two gravel parking lots and surrounding street parking. The nearest bus routes are 7 and 9, and the Columbia City Light rail station is a few blocks away. There is an accessible bathroom on the main floor, which can be reached by going outdoors from the basement where this event is being held and around to the front of the Church.
We are putting together a team of volunteers to help hold the practice container for this weekend. We need help with set-up and take-down, running registration, orienting participants to the venue, and technical support for the audio system. If you are BIPoC, you are invited to volunteer for the full weekend or just this Sunday offering.