Dawn Haney

Dawn Haney (they/she) has been organizing, coaching, teaching, and writing for 20 years, on feminism, white anti-racism, Buddhism, leadership, and liberation. They braid together wisdom from Buddhism and social justice traditions, understanding identity, power, and change through their own experiences as a white, fat, queer, nonbinary femme, and through social movements from migrant justice to fat liberation. A dharma student since 2003, she is a graduate of Spirit Rock’s Community Dharma Leaders program, a Community Teacher at East Bay Meditation Center and the Alphabet Sangha, and taught across the US as former Co-Director of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.

Events by this speaker

February

01Feb6:00 PM07Apr(Apr 7)8:00 PMThe Dharma of Being Anti-Racist: Accessing Skillful Engagement -- OnlineApril 28 - Aug 18, applications due April 76:00 PM - (April 7) 8:00 PM Online Teacher(s): Rev. Liên Shutt, LCSW; Dawn Haney No prerequisiteOpen

March

01Feb6:00 PM07Apr(Apr 7)8:00 PMThe Dharma of Being Anti-Racist: Accessing Skillful Engagement -- OnlineApril 28 - Aug 18, applications due April 7(February 1) 6:00 PM - (April 7) 8:00 PM Online Teacher(s): Rev. Liên Shutt, LCSW; Dawn Haney No prerequisiteOpen

April

01Feb6:00 PM07Apr(Apr 7)8:00 PMThe Dharma of Being Anti-Racist: Accessing Skillful Engagement -- OnlineApril 28 - Aug 18, applications due April 7(February 1) 6:00 PM - (April 7) 8:00 PM Online Teacher(s): Rev. Liên Shutt, LCSW; Dawn Haney No prerequisiteOpen

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