Social Justice

          In front of Gov. Gavin Newsom's office in Sacramento.  In solidarity with ALC (Asian Law Caucus) AAAJ (Asian Americans Advancing Justice,) calling for an end to the deportation of Southeast Asian refugees.

     

         As a man deeply inspired by the writings of Martin Luther King, James Baldwin, Angela Davis, Cornel West, and others, Benjamin stands in solidarity with nonprofit organizations and civil rights groups of all shapes, sizes, and colors, in the journey towards justice.  He fights against what Martin Luther King referred to as the "triple evils": racism, materialism, and militarism.  

   Benjamin brings a deep compassion, and a deep understanding of historical context, to his work.  He can often be found speaking at civil rights events, lecturing in spiritual and educational settings, or leading experiential workshops to help people fully understand and deconstruct issues of racial justice.

          In front of ICE headquarters in San Francisco, standing against the deportation and family separation of our Latinx brothers and sisters.

At St. Stephen's, Sebastopol CA honoring International Peace Day with United in Kindness, an interfaith organization in Sonoma County.  

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