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APPLY: Block, Build, Be Leadership Retreat with Buddhist Peace Fellowship
Deepening with fellow BPFers in a nexus of spiritual and political nerdy nourishing radical tenderness.

The following form will let us know more about you, and your lodging and travel preferences. If accepted, you will be invited to offer a $60 deposit to reserve your spot. Please contact lizhen@bpf.org with any questions.

Deadline to apply is March 10, 2017.

Thank you! Deep bows.

We envision this retreat as

- majority People of Color
- relaxing yet stimulating
- fun yet serious
- grounded in dharma & friendly-radical politics
- accessible and supportive in as many ways as possible.

For the total retreat we anticipate 30 to 40 people in the BPF cohort (amongst other groups using the Ranch campus over the weekend, too). Depending on fundraising, a limited number of full scholarships will be available.

Please tell us more about yourself, and

1. What accommodations you'd prefer,
2. Any financial support we can offer to help get you here,
3. Any access needs while on the retreat,
4. What kind of dana / generosity you'd like to offer for the retreat.

Thursday–Sunday, June 29th–July 2nd, Walker Creek Ranch, Petaluma, CA
ABOUT YOU
Tell us a little about yourself!
Name
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Email
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Phone Number
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Will you be bringing any children with you? If so, what are their names and ages?
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What draws you to the intersection of Buddhism and social justice?
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What is one of your favorite Buddhist teachings or principles, and why?
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What political struggles or movements are calling you right now and why?
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What is one spiritual and/or political paradox or challenge that you're sitting with?
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What keeps you hopeful in times of fear and struggle around the state of our world?
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What piece of loving advice would you give to your younger self?
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