The site at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, was used as a concentration camp for Japanese Americans during WWII.
Justin Whitaker reviews “American Dharma: Buddhism Beyond Modernity” by Ann Gleig.
57-year-old Sutham Nateetong plans to complete his 3,000 mile journey by the end of June.
In the opening editorial of the May 2019 issue of Lion’s Roar, associate editor Lindsay Kyte reflects on the importance of having a variety of unique voices in Buddhist discourse.
In a seemingly divided America, political “centrism” is gaining popularity. But, from a Buddhist perspective, Buddhist teacher Ethan Nichtern argues, centrism is actually a kind of extreme.
After the Muslim ban was instituted, Buddhist scholar and priest Jeff Wilson vowed to renounce his attendance at conferences in the USA. As a society, he says, it is imperative that we stop hiding behind borders.
In June, Tenzin Dorjee was unanimously elected as chair of the commission.
David Ige — one of America’s most prominent Buddhist politicians — on immigration, climate change, and compassion in governance.
Six Buddhist teachers interpret the outcomes of Tuesday’s election through the lens of Buddhist wisdom.
The letter urges Buddhists across America to “express your commitment and respect for the innate dignity and worth of all” by voting in the midterm elections on November 6.