Ayo Yetunde: A Buddhist Path through the Thickets of Anti-Racism

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Polly Young-Eisendrath Logo  fiber_manual_record  May 28th, 2021


Ayo Yetunde is an author, pastoral counselor, and Community Dharma Leader. She and Polly talk about the strengths and weaknesses of a Dharma-based approach to anti-racism. How do justice and compassion work together in anti-racism? Where is the larger Western Dharma community heading in regard to anti-racism? An eye-opening and inspiring conversation on anti-racism, Buddhism, and the nature of identity, this conversation will take you into fresh and challenging terrain.

Pay Attention Interviews are in-depth conversations about critical, contemporary topics, questions for which there are many different answers. Polly Young-Eisendrath, Ph.D. talks with spiritual teachers, scientists, medical experts, economists, essayists, and social commentators. In Pay Attention, Polly engages dialogue with people who come from diverse political, social, and knowledge perspectives. Her desire is to open new avenues of investigation that will help us improve our ability to integrate what is happening in the world right now.


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