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Buddhist Robes and Buddhist Sacraments
Why American Buddhist ministers wear robes and perform rituals
Uploaded 25 Aug 2021
Book Review: Dosho Port’s Translation of <i>The Record of Empty Hall</i>
An American Zen teacher brings koan practice to the modern world
Uploaded 12 Jul 2021
Book Review: Norman Fischer’s <i>When You Greet Me I Bow</i>
Fischer's humble and hodgepodge approach to Buddhism reflects his deep practice and American culture
Uploaded 7 Jun 2021
The Ox Herder’s Diary
The transmission and transformation of Zen in North America
Uploaded 29 May 2021
Green Shoots of Hope, Part Two – Youth Climate Leaders in the Americas
Drawing inspiration from the next generation of activists
Uploaded 13 Apr 2021
Fo Guang Shan’s Never-ending Work in Chile
On Chinese migration and the beginnings of Buddhism in South America
Uploaded 21 Oct 2020
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Spirituality, Empathy, and Power – Goods to be Reconciled
A religious perspective on the last 72 hours of America's turmoil
Uploaded 6 Jun 2020
Fleeting Light: Exploring the Non-dualistic Essence of All Things with American Artist Miya Ando
A descendant of sword-makers finds a new home in contemporary art
Uploaded 9 Mar 2020
Why Fold Paper Cranes? Japanese American Buddhists and Today’s Migrant Crisis
The third in a three-part series on recent protests against US immigration policies
Uploaded 30 Aug 2019
What American Buddhism Looks Like: Solidarity for Immigrants at Fort Sill
Healing past traumas by standing up for migrant children detained today
Uploaded 20 Aug 2019
Medicine Buddha <i>Sadhana:</i> Interview with American Mantra Musician Lee Mirabai Harrington, Part Two
Harrington discusses the healing power of Medicine Buddha music and her sources of inspiration
Uploaded 5 Aug 2019
<i>American Sutra</i>: On the Incarceration of Japanese Americans in WWII
An interview with author Duncan Ryuken Williams
Uploaded 23 May 2019
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