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Summer 2021

In Tricycle’s latest issue, teachers, artists, and writers explore the evolution of Buddhist social engagement and the challenges practitioners still face. Pamela Ayo Yetunde and Cheryl A. Giles—the editors of the anthology Black and Buddhist—discuss what the dharma and the experience of Black people in America can teach us about the nature of suffering and freedom; scholar Donald S. Lopez writes about how, for most of its history, Buddhist teachings have had little to offer social activism; the photography of Burmese artist Nge Lay illuminates how Myanmar’s past and present collide; and Rev. Dr. Kenneth Tanaka observes that within one US city, we can find a greater diversity of Buddhist traditions living side by side than has ever existed before and asks what that means for the future.

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In It Together: Kindness through Crisis

Kimberly Brown

After more than a year of social distancing, many of us continue to struggle in our day-to-day routines. Be it loneliness, grief, impatience, or frustration with family or roommates, Kimberly Brown encourages us to greet all our feelings with a kind and an open-hearted embrace.

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Planetary

“The really wonderful thing that happened to me when I was in space,” says astronaut Mae Jemison in Planetary, “was this feeling of belonging to the entire universe.” Through stunning footage and wide-ranging interviews, this documentary delivers one central message: Everything on our fragile planet is interconnected.

By Guy Reid

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