Ideas Buddhist Justice Reporter
Legally, justice is rooted in a social contract promising to fairly resolve culpability for acts against society. In Buddhism, karma and the intentions behind our actions come first.
Meditating on Whiteness
How can we examine our own role in perpetuating racism—and deepen our commitment to save all lives?
TeachingsMagazine | Teachings
Making the Invisible Visible
A law professor offers a practice to uncover our own biases and face the realities of racism.
Suffering at the Synagogue
A Jewish Buddhist reflects on the pain around the deadly shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Meet a Sangha: Insight Meditation Community of Charlottesville
Meet the Insight Meditation Community of Charlottesville, Virginia
Truth and Reconciliation Begins With Us
A Buddhist teacher reflects on the troubling events of Charlottesville.
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