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About Buddhism in America

 

Harsha Menon is an artist, film-maker, scholar, and writer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work has screened at the Sundance Film Festival and the Venice Biennale. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, she is also a director of the Buddhist charity, Dongyu Gatsal Ling Initiatives.

Buddhism in America is published monthly.

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Jhamtse Gatsal: Fostering Seeds of Compassion
The story of the Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community
Uploaded 23 Jan 2018
“Hyphenated-American”
A question of identity
Uploaded 28 Dec 2017
Building Communities and Cultivating Networks in the Field of Buddhist Studies
Experiential learning at the University of Toronto
Uploaded 13 Oct 2017
In Conversation with Vicki MacKenzie on <i>The Revolutionary Life of Freda Bedi</i>
The remarkable story of a Buddhist woman who changed the world
Uploaded 29 Sep 2017
18th IABS Congress Showcases the Vitality and Global Reach of Buddhist Studies
Insights and reflections from a meeting of minds
Uploaded 22 Sep 2017
Jungmyungsa Buddhist Temple: A Haven of Korean Buddhism in Queens
Sharing the Dharma and bringing communities together
Uploaded 28 Jul 2017
Venerable Tsunma Lobsang Rinchen Khandro: Acting with Compassion for All Those Suffering from Adversity
Working with the Liberation Prison Project and establishing a medical clinic in Nepal
Uploaded 30 Jun 2017
Khenmo Konchog Nyima Drolma: Serving the Dharma and Sowing the Seeds of Monasticism in the West
A Western nun works to establish a monastic community in Portland
Uploaded 12 May 2017
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