Open to all self-identified BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) only.
Every Monday, 6:00-7:00 pm ET
The Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Sangha is a weekly gathering of self-identified BIPOC practitioners who meditate together and explore the teachings of the Buddha in the light of personal experience.
Each week, a BIPOC teacher from IMS will offer a short talk, guided meditation, and/or a silent sit for 30-40 minutes. Some gatherings add a 10-15 minute question and response period to help support the practice.
Once you register, you will have access to all sangha meetings and the latest Zoom links. Please don’t share the Zoom links with others, but feel free to send friends to the BIPOC Sangha registration page so they can register if interested.
Please Note: The weekly Zoom link for this sangha is changed periodically. Once registered, please log into the IMS Online Learning Center for the latest link or email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the login information.
A note on dana (generosity)
There is no fee to enroll in our BIPOC Sangha. If you would like to support this program or your teachers, you may make an offering within the IMS Online Learning Center after you enroll. Click here to learn more about the Buddhist practice of dana, or generosity.
2021 Schedule: Mondays at 6:00 pm ET
October 4: Jeanne Corrigal
October 11: Bonnie Duran
October 18: Jeanne Corrigal
October 25: bruni dávila
November 1: Devin Berry
November 8: Jeanne Corrigal
November 15: Tara Mulay
November 22: Devin Berry
November 29: Jeanne Corrigal
December 6: Jeanne Corrigal
December 13: bruni dávila
December 20: Andrea Castillo
December 27: bruni dávila
Additional dates & teachers will be added soon!