Spirituality is an important source of both resistance and renewal. However, Asian and Asian Americans often compartmentalize themselves when engaging in spirituality especially within religious communities in the U.S. Gender, sexuality, and cultural histories are often erased to find belonging in spiritual communities. As a result, spirituality can be hard to access for Asian and Asian Americans communities when our full selves are not involved. We will be exploring the factors that contribute to these spiritual barriers and what our communities are doing to find places of healing and resistance.
More information on our guests and their work here:
- Oneida Chi: netrj.org
- Funie Hsu: funiehsu.com
- Links to Funie’s article on Buddhadharma https://www.lionsroar.com/weve-been-here-all-along/
Thanks to guest producers Ikino Kubo, Sarah Lee, and Samir Shrestha.
Tomorrow from 9AM-5PM, Bay Resistance will be phone banking to Defend Our Healthcare at Senior & Disability Action, 1360 Mission St. Suite 400 in San Francisco. Please RSVP on their website.
This Saturday at 3 p.m., East Wind Books of Berkeley is hosting a lecture by Dr. Kelly Fong and Dr. Clement Lai called ‘What’s On Your Meat Pie?: Exploring Chinese American Homestyle Foodways Through Community Cookbooks.
And save the date! On August 12, Network on Religion and Justice host their “Rise Up” day-long conference and community gathering focused on healing and resistance. “Like” NRJ’s Facebook group to stay updated for registration for this conference.