The Zen Peacemaker Order traveled to Rwanda for a bearing witness retreat. Participant Russell Delman recounts his moving retreat experience.
Can we imagine a Buddhist model for economic organization?
We might think that the only realistic way to upend intractable political oppression is through violent rebellion. Erica Chenoweth says no.
Thich Nhat Hanh personally knows how we all suffer. Yet, he teaches, every single one of us has the capacity to transform our suffering.
In this exclusive interview, Thich Nhat Hanh sheds light on a little-known Buddhist master, and explains how the Buddha is always teaching.
Every year since 1994, Bernie Glassman and the Zen Peacemakers have traveled to Auschwitz-Birkenau for a Bearing Witness Retreat.
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists ratified a statement condemning ongoing violence between Buddhists and Muslims in Burma.
Buddhist Global Relief has announced the cities and venues for its 2012 “Walk to Feed the Hungry” fundraising events.
Joshua Eaton highlights that compassion can manifest in a variety of ways, either through kindness or in a more cutting, revolutionary way.
Emily Strasser visits with a Tibetan monk in India who’s putting tonglen meditation into practice to help the children in his community.