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Dharma & Direct Action: Spiritual Social Justice Training with the Buddhist Peace Fellowship
Dawn Haney, Katie Loncke
in partnership with Brooklyn Zen Center, Interdependence Project, Love Circle Sangha
Saturday & Sunday, November 7-8
10am-5pm, both days

November 7, 2015 - November 8, 2015
10:00 am - 05:00 pm

Attendance to this event is by application only.  Acceptance letters to the event were sent out August 25th.


  • How can we foment "wise disruption" to seriously and creatively challenge systems of oppression? 
  • How do we integrate both spiritual practice and our deep commitments to social justice? 
  • What is Nonviolent Direct Action, and how can Buddhists and dharma-heads use it to build people-power, creating fresh, life-giving tactics along the way?


The Buddhist Peace Fellowship is a national organization exploring a rich and challenging spiritual-political paradox: Accepting the world as it is, and fighting like hell to change it.

Join us for a weekend NYC intensive on Dharma & Direct Action, building concrete skills for compassionate confrontation. In a world tormented by racism, sexism, climate disasters, economic oppression, and more — learn how to develop inspiring responses guided by spiritual wisdom, political awareness, and a bodhisattva's vow for collective liberation.




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dawn haney

Dawn Haney As Co-Director of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Dawn Haney brings Buddhist-informed activism to social movements from climate justice to Black Lives Matter. She has been teaching and training for close to 20 years, on feminism, anti-racism, violence prevention, and Buddhist social justice. A dharma student for the past 12 years, primarily in the Theravada tradition, she is currently in Spirit Rock’s Community Dharma Leaders training program.

katie loncke

Katie Loncke Perhaps you, like Katie Loncke, seek a practice that rigorously combines wisdom, political education, revolutionary social justice, and spiritual awakening. As a Buddhist Peace Fellowship Co-Director, biracial Black feminist anti-capitalist organizer, award-winning speaker, and 8-year student in the Insight / Theravada Buddhist tradition, she loves meeting others who are equally hungry for collective liberation. Let's build.

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