Prisoner Scott Darnell notices a rare moment of silence.
In this personal story of waking up on the spot, Joan Halifax recalls a lesson that won’t be forgotten.
Jampa Pawo, a member of the Atlanta Shambhala community, was executed on the evening April 27.
Masters, on Death Row at San Quentin, is a well-known Buddhist writer who many people believe has been wrongfully convicted.
The Rangjung Prison Dharma Project offers meditation instruction to inmates and corrections officers at Rikers Island, New York City’s main prison.
We’ve just packed up and sent out our second annual collection of copies of Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma, as well as some select Buddhist books to the Los Angeles County penal system.
From Barbara Gates, co-editor and co-founder of the Buddhist publication Inquiring Mind, comes notice that after three decades, the magazine is folding.
Patrick Brady discusses his struggle and perseverance to follow the Buddhist path while in prison.
While the world mourns, Charles Cameron considers a statement in which Nelson Mandela diagnoses the human condition and prescribes for it.
The look in the debate generated by the online community in wake of a Buddhist prisoner asking for a vegetarian diet.