Angel Kyodo Williams
Dubbed "the most outspoken and most fascinating African American Buddhist in America," by Library Journal, angel Kyodo williams is an maverick spiritual teacher, advisor and friend to many. She's the founder of directing and urbanPEACE teacher of New Dharma. She's the author of the critically acclaimed book, Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace, which was hailed as "a?? Classic" by Buddhist teacher Jack Kornfield, and "an act of love" by Alice Walker.
Williams is a visionary leader of Transformative Social Change: implementing inner awareness clinic to broad-based societal shift. Calling for a paradigm shift that "alters the way change is done," angel envisions the building of a presence-centered social justice motion as the foundation for personal liberty, a just society and the recovery of divisions of race, class, faith and politic. She notes, "Without internal shift, there may be no outer shift. Without collective modification, no change matters."
Angel's work participates in the root, field and source levels of societal transformation. She is a master consciousness trainer, and it has developed fearlessMeditation along with fearlessYoga approaches as alternatives to dominant culture. Angel sits on the boards of Seasons Fund for Forest Ethics, Seeds of Justice, Social Justice Leadership, Social Transformation and YES!
Her work has been widely covered, such as at The New York Times, Boston Globe, Ms., Essence, Village
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