Based on Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings of engaged Buddhism and the Plum Village tradition, this course offers practices to help ground ourselves amid the negativity and injustice that we face. From a peaceful center, you’ll discover…
Personal Reflections Buddhist Justice Reporter
Prepared for Acquittals, Relieved by the Verdict, Preparing for Transformation
Pamela Ayo Yetunde reflects on the Chauvin verdict and what comes next
Ideas Buddhist Justice Reporter
Cause of Death: The Theories Behind State v. Chauvin
A deeper look at what the jury in the Derek Chauvin trial is considering regarding George Floyd’s cause of death.
Magazine | Featured Contributors, The Conversation
Contributors include Sam Mowe and Rhonda Magee; cartoons from Barry Blitt; and photographs from Maria de la Guardia.
The Red Hat Rorschach Test
Seeking understanding instead of blame can bring greater clarity and solutions to an ambiguous situation, like the Covington Catholic incident.
CultureMagazine | Books, Reviews
With Eyes in All Directions
Prominent writer and social critic Rebecca Solnit takes on the whole American mess in Call Them by Their True Names.
Putting to Rest the Myth of the Heroic Self
A friend of the late Michael Stone reflects on the teacher’s struggle with mental illness.
Buddhist Political Glossary
Enter our version of the "spin zone"
Portraits of the Homeless
Pairoj Pichetmetakul, a monk turned street artist, paints portraits of homeless people to teach others compassion.
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