OLS hiatus

One Love Sangha (OLS) was created to be a refuge where people who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and their comrades can come together in support and community of each other and find nourishment and inspiration in the teachings of the dharma and the intersections of Buddhism and racial and social justice by openly exploring our experiences living and navigating oppressive and biased social structures. We are deeply thankful for this community. We are hoping to resume our in-person meetings in the Munsee Lenape territory of what is now called New Jersey in the future and stream them online. Please sign up here if you would like to join our mailing list.

Ongoing Community Offerings

For those who identify as BIPOC, please see this list of BIPOC sanghas including BIPOC Embodied Refuge facilitated by Lissa and guests.

Lissa is offering Embodied Play, Care & Meditation: Reclaiming Intergenerational Resilience and Joy on the third Thursday of the month 7-8p EST exploring the intersects of care, joy, dharma, and justice. Like One Love Sangha, this offering is welcome to all who have engaged in racial and social justice work to support a safe(r) space with people with multiple identities. Sign up here for the March 18th date.