We are excited to invite you to join the Harvard Buddhist Community's 2021 Buddhism and Race Speaker Series. The fourth event in our monthly series features Dr. Ann Gleig, associate professor of religion and cultural studies at the University of Central Florida and author of American Dharma: Buddhism Beyond Modernity (Yale University Press, 2019).
Event: Ann Gleig: "Undoing Whiteness In American Buddhist Modernism"
When: April 22nd at 2-2:30 PM PDT / 5-6:30 PM EDT
Register here: Ann Gleig: "Undoing Whiteness In American Buddhist Modernism."
This event is free.
About the 2021 Buddhism and Race Speaker Series:
Since 2015, The Buddhism and Race Conference has brought together sangha leaders, activists, scholars, and students from diverse backgrounds to build capacity in addressing power at the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and class in our communities. This year, the conference has been reimagined as Radical Re-Orientation: 2021 Buddhism and Race Speaker Series, with free monthly virtual events from January through August. We will be exploring how to move toward decolonized, indigenized, and anti-racist Buddhist practices and communities.
Speakers in future months include Chenxing Han (May), Dr. Shanté Paradigm Smalls (June), and Katie Loncke (July).
We hope you can share this event with your communities. We encourage you to follow buddhismandrace.com for information about our program and future events in the 2021 Buddhism and Race Speaker Series.