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Racial Healing & buddhism

Below are the best resources we could find on Racial Healing and buddhism.

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Black and Buddhist Summit—Dr. Larry Ward and Pamela Ayo Yetunde, JD, ThD: America’s Racial Karma

Join summit host Pamela Ayo Yetunde for this profound interview with Dr. Larry Ward, a senior dharma teacher in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh and cofounder of the Lotus Institute.

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Lessons from Ferguson: Jack Kornfield, Rhonda V. Magee, Konda Mason, Sujatha Baliga

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Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation

Igniting a long-overdue dialogue about how the legacy of racial injustice and white supremacy plays out in society at large and Buddhist communities in particular, this urgent call to action outlines a new dharma that takes into account the ways that racism and privilege prevent our collective...

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A Buddhist Call to Action Against the Suffering of Racism

Buddhist teachings are grounded in principles of interdependence, non-separation, and reverence for life, supported by practices of mindfulness and compassion.

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The Way of Tenderness: Awakening through Race, Sexuality, and Gender

“What does liberation mean when I have incarnated in a particular body, with a particular shape, color, and sex?” In The Way of Tenderness, Zen priest Zenju Earthlyn Manuel brings Buddhist philosophies of emptiness and appearance to bear on race, sexuality, and gender, using wisdom forged...

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Noble Black Manhood: A New Rite of Passage

Pamela Ayo Yetunde suggests how Buddhism can address the mass incarceration of young black men and its terrible costs.

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Taming the Ox: Buddhist Stories and Reflections on Politics, Race, Culture, and Spiritual Practice

This wide and varied collection of essays, reviews, and short stories offers incisive views on politics, race, and Buddhism. Johnson notes that in his life the two activities that have anchored him and reinforce each other are creative production and spiritual practice.

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Dharma Matters: Women, Race, and Tantra

Jan Willis was among the first Westerners to encounter exiled Tibetan teachers abroad in the late sixties, instantly finding her spiritual and academic home.

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Belonging to Ourselves and Each Other

Creating spaces where the need to assimilate, conform, and belong are no longer important

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Ep. 24 The Inner Work of Racial Justice With Rhonda Magee

This time on The Road Home Podcast, Rhonda Magee joins Ethan for a conversation about where mindfulness and meditation practices fit into our work in the world, our society and the justice system that governs us.

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