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Benefits For Your Practice and Activism

We all have habits around anger. Some of us avoid it at all costs. Others embrace righteous rage as essential self defense. Trauma and anger (its presence, or conspicuous absence) often intertwine.

When you take this 7-week online series, you’ll find:

  • Wise reflections from dharma teachers who care deeply about social justice
  • Techniques for working with rage, trauma, and betrayal
  • Exploration guides to discover your own relationship to anger
  • Tools to evaluate when rage is more skillful or less skillful for you
  • Community support from like-minded wisdom seekers
  • Opportunities to build your skills at allyship and solidarity
  • Ability to face rage-making realities with more compassion, balance, and action
  • Increased capacity to work with others toward liberation — including difficult people

How the Online Program Works

Sign up today to get access! We’ll release the entire 7 session program to you when you sign up, full of gems to help you touch into your anger with wisdom.

Practice Partners or Study Groups

We’ve found that the best support for learning in this course is a partner or small group to share your learnings with — online or in real life. Invite neighbors, siblings, friends, or co-workers who would also love U Mad? to sign up, and take the course together!

Interviews with Teachers

You’ll hear from wise teachers 30-60 minute video or audio interviews — Buddhist teachers and political activists who are attuned to the experiences of communities targeted by hate. All videos and audio recordings come with full transcripts.

Practice Ideas and Insightful Readings

You’ll get practice suggestions for working with rage, trauma, and betrayal, as well as some of our favorite Buddhist and political readings to scale up your dharma & activist wisdom.

Recorded Community Conversations

During the original run of the course, we conducted three live video chat sessions to help people connect with other spiritually-minded activist who share some common experiences around anger. While we won’t be able to offer these live video sessions again, recordings of the original sessions will be offered for your inspiration.

Course Curriculum

Welcome!
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    10 Tips for Getting the Most out of this Course (4:40)

Lama Rod Owens on Love, Liberation & the Uses of Anger
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    Teacher Interview: Lama Rod Owens with Kate Johnson (52:02)

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    Preview

    Practice: Tonglen (8:39)

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    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

Rebecca Li on Finding Compassion without Losing Accountability
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    Teacher Interview: Rebecca Li with Kate Johnson (42:51)

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    Preview

    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

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    Open Discussion: Rebecca Li

Ruth King on Overcoming the Sting of Betrayal in Social Justice Alliances
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    Teacher Interview: Ruth King with Katie Loncke (32:36)

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    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

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    Remember to Practice

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    Open Discussion: Ruth King

Dr. Rev. Zenju Earthlyn Manuel on Stillness and Sanctuary While Embracing Anger’s Fire
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    Teacher Interview: Rev. Zenju with Katie Loncke (60:17)

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    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

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    Practice in Action: “Beyond Vietnam,” Beyond the Moment — and 3 reasons why Buddhists should care

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    Open Discussion: Dr. Rev. Zenju Earthlyn Manuel

Pablo Das on Trauma, Anger, and Freedom
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    Teacher Interview: Pablo Das with Kate Johnson (41:13)

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    Practice: MINC (11:24)

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    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

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    Open Discussion: Pablo Das

Larry Yang on Uniting Anger and Integrity as a Source of Courage
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    Teacher Interview: Larry Yang with Kate Johnson (26:21)

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    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

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    Open Discussion: Larry Yang

Venerable Prenz Sa-Ngoun on Buddhist Anger and Mindful Resistance
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    Teacher Interview: Venerable Prenz Sa-Ngoun with Katie Loncke (32:54)

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    Discussion Questions & Supplemental Readings

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    Open Discussion: Venerable Prenz Sa-Ngoun

Call Recordings
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    Call #1 recording & transcript (57:06)

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    Call #2 recording & transcript (92:59)

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    Call #3 recording & transcript (90:44)

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