Green Gulch Residents Display New Banner and Offer July 4th Sitting in Support of Black Lives
By Steph Blank
On July 4th, Green Gulch residents gathered again at the bell tower to bow together in silence and process to the top of the Green Gulch driveway at Highway 1. There, we sat zazen beneath a new Black
Lives Matter banner. The original banner that we had displayed had been removed without the communityâ€™s support.
For many years, July 4th has been a vibrantly celebrated holiday at Green Gulch — recognized as INTERdependence Day and celebrated with music and farm festivities. This year, seated silently on cushions and chairs alongside the steady traffic of Highway 1, we quietly offered our love and prayers for the freedom of all beings.