Standing in Solidarity

Part 3: Kaira Jewel Lingo


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This talk was a part of our Standing in Solidarity gathering on October 10, 2021. In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and support of the protests at the White House in Washington, DC October 11 through 15, One Earth Sangha hosted this online exploration of what it means to stand in solidarity with life. Roshi Joan Halifax, Thanissara, and Kaira Jewel Lingo offered compassionate, galvanizing Dharma offerings and invitations to go further and deeper on our collective path of engaged practice.

Part 1 (Roshi Joan Halifax) | Part 2 (Thanissara) | Part 3 (Kaira Jewel Lingo)

Kaira Jewel Lingo

Kaira Jewel Lingo

Kaira Jewel Lingo began practicing mindfulness in 1997 and teaches Buddhist meditation, secular mindfulness, and compassion internationally. After living as an ordained nun for 15 years in Thich Nhat Hanh’s monastic community, Kaira Jewel teaches in the Zen lineage and the Vipassana tradition, at the intersection of racial, climate and social justice with a focus on activists, Black/Indigenous/People of Color, artists, educators, families, and youth. Now based in New York, she offers spiritual mentoring to individuals and groups. She is author of the forthcoming We Were Made for These Times: Skilfully Moving through Change, Loss and Disruption (Parallax, November 2, 2021)
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