Daisaku Ikeda, the president of Soka Gakkai International, a global Buddhist association that practices the teachings of Nichiren Buddhism, died November 15 at the age of 95.
The fellowship aims to provide Black dharma teachers and leaders with resources to “carry on their profound work of offering healing and support through a Buddhist lens for African-descendant communities in the U.S.”
The Maui Wildfire Disaster Relief Fund created will support the Lahaina Hongwanji Mission and other relief efforts on Maui following devastating wildfires.
Today, we celebrate renowned Buddhist activist and scholar Robert Thurman’s 82nd birthday.
A new study conducted by the Asian American Buddhist Working Group looks at how Asian American Buddhists shape identity and create community while practicing in non-Asian dominant spaces.
These four women Buddhist teachers are shaping Buddhism in America. Meet Doshin Mako Voelkel, Bonnie Duran, Lama Tsomo, and Myokei Caine-Barrett, Shonin.
Librarian Eileen Ybarra explores how her practice and librarianship work together to serve her community through deep listening, mindfulness, and compassion.
How does the Buddha nourish your life and practice? Five Buddhists contemplate this question.
Bonnie Nadzam surveys new books on crisis care, climate change, and deep dharma.
This week, for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, we’re exploring stories by and about queer Asian American Buddhists.