On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we're reflecting on our individual and collective power to bring about change. What role will spirituality play in the future of activism?
You may find inspiration today in this live recording of a 2019 talk program that explored these ideas and more with Sharon Salzberg, Serene Jones from Union Theological Seminary, New York University student Lydia Mason, and Lion's Roar.
Can spirituality power activism? Buddhist teacher Sharon Salzberg joins Christian progressive leader and president of Union Theological Seminary Serene Jones, and NYU student Lydia Mason, one of the next generation of black secular teen activists, for a panel discussion curated by Lions Roar. The panelists will discuss how we can better relate to ourselves, each other, and the earth to move past politics as usual.
More about this program: http://therubin.org/2ub
* The speakers will participate in a dialogue with members of the audience. Questions will not be solicited online, but online questions may be shared with the speakers after the program concludes. *