Need connection? We’ve got you!
If you’re lonely during the Omicron surge and winter weather, you’re not alone. Join our recurring online social meetup Happy Friday to get to know other Sangha members, catch up with folks, and gently ease into the weekend!
Happy Friday next meets today, Friday, January 28, at 4:30 pm EST on Zoom. Please email host Brenda Reeb for Zoom meeting codes. See you there!
Extended Sitting, January 30, 6:15 am – 3:30 pm
Need a head start on your term intensive commitment? Need to catch up? Join the extended sitting this Sunday. Besides the usual sitting that will run from 8:30 to around 10:30, there are three other blocks of formal sitting scheduled. Private instruction will be offered during the late-morning block.
Daniel Prude: 2 Years On, What’s Changed?
Don’t miss the latest installment in Uprooting Racism’s Speaker Series: a discussion with Conor Dwyer Reynolds, Executive Director of the Rochester Police Accountability Board (PAB), on Sunday, January 30.
March 2022 will mark 2 years since Rochester police officers killed Daniel Prude, a Black man, during a mental health check. The situation in Rochester is not unique. The patterns of police violence have echoes in communities across the United States and beyond.
What can we do to help make our city safer for everyone? How can the PAB help our community in our goal of realizing the interdependence we all share across lines of race? Join the discussion to find out!
This free event takes place on Sunday, January 30, 2022, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm EST. Click to register for a free “ticket” here. Trouble registering? Please contact Luka Häkkilä.