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|March 20 - 22 | Urban Retreat: Wake Up for Change - Designed for Activists|
|Date||Friday March 20|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:30 PM|
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|Center for Transformative Change 2584 Martin Luther King Jr Way Berkeley, CA 94704|
|Organizer/Author||chandra thuy tran|
|register [at] transformativechange.org|
|Phone||888 X SOCHANGE (888.976.2426)|
|Address||2584 Martin Luther King Jr Way|
Urban Retreat: Wake Up for ChangeAdded to the calendar on Tuesday Mar 17th, 2009 5:37 PM
led by dharma teacher, author and activist
angel Kyodo williams
Friday-Sunday, March 20-22 | Non Residential
Full participation is encouraged, but not required.
Join us for a weekend retreat where we'll focus on applying inner awareness to broad-based social change. Take time to strengthen the foundation of your work in the world; deepen your intentions for sustainable, centered social change.
Begins with an Opening Ceremony & Meditation
Daylong Intensive w/ face-to-face interviews
Morning Meditation & Closing
Click flyer to read more and get registration information:
Sliding Scale for whole weekend $125-$85. Meals included
Single day rates also available.
No one turned away for lack of funds.
Donations for teaching welcome.
Register: Space is limited | Registration REQUIRED
Toll Free: 888 X SOCHANGE (888.976.2426)
Online: Click here
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To view other Center for Transformative Change events visit: http://transformativechange.org
Center for Transformative Change
transformative programs & practices for agents of social change
2584 Martin Luther King Jr Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
p: 510.549.FREE (3733)
"...changing the WAY change is done."
Center for Transformative Change is the first national center entirely dedicated to bridging the inner and outer lives of social change agents, activists and allies to support a more effective, more sustainable social justice movement.