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Upcoming Events from Our Networks

One Earth Sangha shares local and online events from around the world that express a Buddhist / mindfulness response to ecological crises.

If you would like to suggest an event for inclusion, use the "Contact Us" link in the footer to let us know.

Bearing Witness to Devastation
Online
For more than a decade Ruth Wallen has been walking with trees, bearing witness to their increasing distress due to the intertwined impacts of beetles, both native and introduced, drought, fire, and climate change. In image and story, she will share experiences of gratitude, grief, and vision from walks taken with sequoias in the southern Sierras between 2019 and 2023.
Hospicing Modernity
Online
Vanessa Machado de Oliveira’s book, Hospicing Modernity, is being called “a must-read guide for these times” and is highly regarded for its thought–provoking qualities. We invite you to join us as we read, explore, and discuss the book over eight weekly sessions.
Learning Engaged Spirituality from Christian Saints and Buddhist Bodhisattvas
Join Kaira Jewel Lingo and Father Adam Bucko for this exploration into a felt sense of contemplative practice that leads to action and allows us to engage with the world wholeheartedly.
The Four Protective Meditations
Online
This retreat with Ayya Santacitta and Laura Bridgman brings together practices that brighten and open the mind to our highest aspirations, whilst grounding us in our immediate experience of embodiment and change.
With Deborah Burns
Online
We’ll dive and delve into the many elements of the river of plastic that flows through our lives. We’ll discuss hydrofracking, fossil fuels, nanoplastics, recycling codes, wish-cycling, EPRs, and more. We’ll also trace our own local rivers down to the sea. And we’ll highlight the work that is being done, and things we can do, to move away from plastic.
Public Talk by Dr Oren Hanner
Online
Dr. Oren Hanner's current research interests include the meaning of life, collective agency, and justice in Buddhism. Hybrid event.
Tending to the Heart of Our Movements
Online
This program is designed to help folks build compassionate cultures of practice within their movements, communities, and organizations by learning to weave care-based, anti-oppressive, and healing-centered pedagogies into their leadership and facilitation.
Relational Facilitators Program Spring Cohort
Online
This program is designed to help nurture a network of facilitators committed to strengthening the relational tissue of our intersecting movements for liberation.
A National Buddhist Pilgrimage For Asian American Ancestors
We will gather on Saturday, March 16, 2024 to mark the three-year memorial of the 2021 Atlanta-area shootings, which claimed the lives of eight people, six of them women of Asian descent, including the 63-year-old Buddhist Yong Ae Yue. Together, we will recover, commemorate, and celebrate Asian American Buddhist history and strengthen the ties of kinship that connect us all.
With Charity Kahn
Charity will guide you in sitting meditation, walking meditation, Qigong practice, and wandering in nature. We’ll connect with body as Earth, and our inter-being with all.