Virtual Town Hall: “Healing & Action” to Address Racist Violence
Date(s) - 06/04/2020
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
None of us is stronger than all of us.
Many of us are thinking, “I want to make a difference but I don’t know how.” How can we gather and organize to amplify our power for healing and positive change? We invite you to attend a Virtual Town Hall on Thursday June 4th with the theme “Healing & Action.”
The intention is to bring our passion together to help heal our nation and idenitfy actionable steps we can take to put a stop to the epidemic of racist violence perpetrated by systemic police brutality.
In the theme of “Healing and Action” we invite you to come prepared with ideas, experiences, and reflections that can advance the intention. Please direct message to Michael & Lara Blackin ahead of time if you want to be included in the roster of speakers. Everyone is welcome to participate whether they are speakers or not.
We invite you to join us on Thursday evening, June 4th at 7:30 EST for the following:
– Meditate together to enhance healing
– Speakers share ideas, experiences, reflections
– Narrow the conversation to specify 3-5 top actions
– Identify next steps to move forward on actions and stay connected.
Our keynote speakers:
We are honored to welcome the participation of the Honorable Ron Campbell, Council Member of the Town of Leesburg and organizer of the incredibly successful “I Can’t Breathe Walk Protest” to this Virtual Town Hall. Ron’s experience in local government will be so valuable in helping us understand how our small group of concern citizens can indeed change the world.
Honorable Ron Campbell’s Bio:
Citizens for a Better Leesburg:
Thrilled to welcome Ms. Amaku Ukpong of Spiritual Tantric Life. Amaku is a Tantra practitioner, Tantric lifestyle consultant, presenter of traditional Tantric teachings and a Tantric puja ritualist (as well as a student an initiate of Kashmir Shaivism). She has presented Tantric workshops and pujas at the Interfusion Festival, the Hawaii Tantra Festival and in New York City. She’s also one of the very few active Tantra practitioners and presenters of African descent.
Amaku will be speaking on:
“Spiritual Revolution & Moral Responsibility “
Ms. Amaku Ukpong’s info:
Dr. Corinna Moebius, Scholar at Florida International University, Dr. Moebius is a scholar on the subject of building racial equity into systems, practices and policies. Dr. Moebius will speak to the historical context that have led to this moment: “White Supremacy and the Protection of Property: A Deeper Understanding of What’s Happening Now.”
Dr. Moebius’s bio: http://www.bordercross.com/about/
How to join us…
Meeting ID: 294 817 1543
Join by Phone Link: 16468769923,,2948171543#,,1#,562292# US (Audio Only)
This will be recorded and available on our website and here on our Facebook page to anyone who can’t attend live at OurTempleInTheTrees.com.
Thank you and we hope to see you on Thursday.
Michael and Lara Blackin