Monday Nov 21, 11am Pacific
Is it possible not to be confused about race? Is it possible to respond authentically to the hurt and discomfort of racism?
The construct of race is an integral part of Western society’s DNA and if we are to address the social injustice of racism, we need to have the race conversation. Yet all too often, attempts at such a dialogue are met with silence, denial, anger or hate. Eugene Ellis' wonderful book actively supports anyone striving to emerge from the tight grip of race discomfort towards a trauma-informed, neurophysiological approach that emphasizes resourcing, body awareness, mindfulness and healing.
Join us for a live conversation (with audience Q & A) between Eugene and Bodhilila, Chair of the West London Buddhist Centre, about the beautiful work of creating life-changing dialogue.
USA PST 11:00 | Mexico 13:00 | USA EST 14:00 | IE & UK 19.00 | Europe 20:00 CET | India 00:30 | Australia AEDT 06:00 (next day) | New Zealand NZDT 08:00 (next day)
If you have booked to attend the event at the West London Buddhist Centre we ask you to carry out a lateral flow test on the day. If you test positive for Covid 19 then please do not attend in person and instead watch the live stream of the event using the link provided. The event will be live streamed on Zoom, with an online recording available later via YouTube.
This event is being offered on a sliding scale:
In-person: £20/£15/£10 (includes refreshments after the event)
Online: Suggested donations for the live stream £15/£10/£5
If you are unable to pay then please contact the centre as there are a limited number of free in-person places available. We ask that if you can, please pay at the higher rate so that we can make the event accessible to people regardless of income.