Who We Are:
The Los Angeles Shambhala White Awake Study Group is a group for anyone who identifies as white who wants to learn more about the realities of racism and the unintended impacts of white privilege so that they can consciously contribute to racial justice rather than unconsciously perpetuate patterns of racism. We gather with other white people to create a space of learning without causing more harm. We hold the Shambhala values of basic goodness, bravery, gentleness, kindness, and understanding at the center of our study.
What We Do:
Over the course of this year on the 3rd Sunday of the month, we will be meeting to study the NEW YORK TIMES bestseller, How to Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi.
Drop-ins are welcome whether or not you’re current with the reading.
Each meeting we will take time for a short meditation period, a brief review of Group Norms and may include personal writing practice and small and large group discussion. Occasionally a meeting will deviate from the book altogether to focus on a relevant article, film or podcast.
For questions please email: [email protected]
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