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5 Responses to the Awkwardly Titled “New Face of Buddhism”

5 Responses to the Awkwardly Titled “New Face of Buddhism”

Reflections on the pitfalls of a Buddhist makeover. 5 BPFers — Funie Hsu, Kate Johnson, Dedunu Sylvia, Katie Loncke, and The Angry Asian Buddhist himself — respond. ...

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Buddhadharma

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Buddhadharma

Wisdom from revolutionary Grace Lee Boggs: "Real wealth is not the possession of property, but the recognition that our deepest need, as human beings, ...

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Affordable Housing

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Affordable Housing

Can nonviolent direct action help stop gentrification and displacement in its tracks? In one town shaken by a housing crises, a fight to stop luxury condo construction turned into ...

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Racial Justice

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Racial Justice

Dismantling racism takes both inner and outer work. What has BPF been up to in 2015 for racial justice? ...

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Gun Violence

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Gun Violence

How have Buddhist Peace Fellowship members shown up around gun violence in 2015? Check out just a couple of examples... ...

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Climate Change

“We Do Not Live Single-Issue Lives”: Climate Change

It's been a busy year for BPF! This week we look at 5 major areas we tackled in our interconnected efforts for collective liberation. ...

BPF Among 14 Faith Leaders Arrested in Solidarity Action with 14 #BlackLivesMatter Activists

BPF Among 14 Faith Leaders Arrested in Solidarity Action with 14 #BlackLivesMatter Activists

BPFers join other interfaith leaders to support the Black Friday 14 in Oakland, CA: a group of Black Lives Matter activists including BLM co-founder Alicia Garza. ...

A Different Kind of Power

Without radical change, we are on course to a terrifying future of extreme weather events, mass refugee crises, serial species extinctions, and the likely loss of human civilization. Time To Stand Up: An Engaged Buddhist Manifesto for Our Earth encourages Buddhists to join with other faith groups and activists to reverse the causes of catastrophic climate change. We can’t bring about the changes needed on o ...

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Why might the Vatican suddenly care about climate change?

First, Pope Francis offers the world Laudato Si, his encyclical affirming the science behind climate change and naming our broken economic system as the key issue to fight. He even invites leftist darling Naomi Klein to the Vatican in case anyone wasn't sure he was serious about his critique of capitalism. Then he asks forgiveness for crimes committed by the Catholic church against Native people of the Amer ...

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