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Radical Path of Love & Liberation

A talk by Rev. angel Kyodo williams Sensei
Zen Priest, Author & Founder, Transformative Change, Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love & Liberation

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Rev. angel Kyodo williams, the "wisdom mind" behind the Black Wisdom Online Summit.

Rev. angel Kyodo williams created the Black Wisdom Online Summit in an effort to expose thousands of more people to the range of power and diversity of Black Wisdom.

In this session, she shares a pith talk in her style of easy-breezy to fierce calling fire on the Radical Path of Love & Liberation, bringing love to sit front and center, as she always does, in the conversation about Wisdom.

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BONUS: It's Not About Love After All

Rev. angel's seminal talk turning our ideas about love upside down and giving us a practice to center in that love.

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Rev. angel Kyodo williams Sensei

"What is required is a new dharma, a radical dharma that deconstructs rather than amplifies the systems of suffering, that starves rather than fertilizes the soil of the conditions that the deep roots of societal suffering grows in. One that asks us to not only investigate the unsatisfactoriness of our own minds, but prepares us for the discomfort of confronting the obscurations of the society we are individual expressions of." —angel Kyodo williams

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