“As Zen Buddhist clergy, we condemn the attack on the United States congress on January 6th,” the statement reads. “We see that the violence at the capitol was deeply tied to the white supremacy that has characterized this nation since its inception.” The Soto Zen Buddhist Association (SZBA) has released a statement in response to […]
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Buddhist leaders, teachers, and thinkers respond to the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
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