People of Color Meditation Group

This new Hubble image shows the scatterings of bright stars and thick dust that make up spiral galaxy Messier 83, otherwise known as the Southern Pinwheel Galaxy. One of the largest and closest barred spirals to us, this galaxy is dramatic and mysterious; it has hosted a large number of supernova explosions, and appears to have a double nucleus lurking at its core.


We welcome meditators of color to practice together in an open and supportive community. 

We seek to voice and explore the personal challenges that people of color face in a safe space. On the cushion, we foster a deep friendship with ourselves and our fellow practitioners. Off the cushion we seek to meet the world with a greater confidence in our basic sanity.

Come join us for 30 minutes of sitting meditation practice, followed group activity and discussion. We meet every second and fourth Tuesday of each month.  

First-time meditators are always welcome! View our monthly calendar for upcoming dates here.

  • When: Second and Fourth Tuesdays (7:30-9pm)
  • Where: Eagle Rock Center (Tenno Room, right by the community lobby area of the center)



Join Our online Meetup Group

If you have any questions about the group, join the Meetup Group. You can always reach the coordinator via that group.