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Camp Dharma

The recent talk of a Muslim registry isn’t the first time the United States government has targeted individuals based on their religion. Duncan Ryuken Williams shares the often overlooked stories of Buddhist Japanese-Americans who were interned during WWII—and explains why it’s critical now to revisit their sacrifices and contributions.

By Duncan Ryuken Williams

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Washing My Boy’s Body

When a hospice counselor is called to the bedside of a child who has just died, he leads the parents through a Buddhist ritual for cleaning the body. In the process, he guides them through the fires of grief, which burn away everything but love.

By Frank Ostaseski

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Only Connect

In a place where Buddhist roots don’t run deep, the Northwest Dharma Association is making efforts to build bridges across disparate Buddhist groups––some of which exist side-by-side yet remain unaware of each other.

By Steve Wilhelm

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