Guo Cheen on why now, more than ever, is the time to dive in to Buddhist practice.
Buddhist Churches of America (BCA) has issued a statement in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order issued last week.
A number of Buddhist teachers and communities took to social media to comment on and respond to Saturday’s “Muslim travel Ban.”
Many Buddhist communities were keen to be part of Saturday’s massive Women’s Marches, or to otherwise express solidarity. Here’s just some of how they participated.
What Buddhists across the country are doing on inauguration day, and for the Women’s March on Washington, plus helpful Buddhist teachings and commentaries.
Encouraging Buddhist communities to resist the new presidential administration, San Francisco Zen Center priest Jiryu Rutschman-Byler argues that the idea of “apolitical Buddhism” is flawed from the start, based on four misconceptions. “Buddhism is apolitical! Buddhism needs to stay apolitical!” I’ve been hearing this a lot lately. It’s a tempting idea, and there are some […]
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Rev. angel Kyodo williams shares why the incoming US administration provides a great opportunity for activists to come together, take action, and create a new vision for a more inclusive country.
Three weeks after his initial response to the election, Jack Kornfield has issued a second, more action-oriented installment of guidance and encouragement.
Norman Fischer responds to Pablo Das’s commentary on his response to the results of the US presidential election.