Thich Nhat Hanh’s life of courage and compassion, by Andrea Miller.
One of this year’s award recipients is Lion’s Roar Associate Editor and co-editor of “Black and Buddhist,” Pamela Ayo Yetunde.
What does cultural appropriation mean in a Buddhist context? According to Chenxing Han and Trent Walker, the answer is not as simple as we might like it to be.
Cindy Rasicot interviews Dhammananda Bhikkhuni, Thailand’s first fully ordained Theravada nun, on women’s ordination, feminism, the role of monastics in society, and more.
Khin Mai Aung shares how Buddhists and other allies can support Myanmar’s activists and Civil Disobedience Movement in the aftermath of the February 2021 military coup.
For the fiftieth anniversary of Francis Story’s death, Randy Rosenthal looks back at the life and work of the lesser-known Buddhist thinker
After the coup d’état in Myanmar, Randy Rosenthal shares why Western Buddhists should feel connected to the birthplace of Vipassana.
After his stroke, Thich Nhat Hanh began enjoying a quiet, contemplative life in the temple where he lived as a young novice. Sister Annabel Laity shares the moving experience of visiting her teacher there.
Sunntaram Forest Monastery, Santi Forest Monastery, and Vejjasala Retreat Center are all currently evacuated. No injuries or major destruction have been reported.
Thich Nhat Hanh traveled back to Huế, Vietnam to Từ Hiếu Root Temple on January 4th following medical checkups in Thailand.