About The Bodhisattva’s Embrace

 

About the author 

 

Hozan Alan Senauke is a Soto Zen Buddhist priest and abbot of Berkeley Zen Center in California. He is a disciple of Sojun Weitsman Roshi in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki. Hozan founded the Clear View Project in 2007, developing Buddhist-based resources for social change in Asia and the US, with a focus on Myanmar and on ex-untouchable” Buddhists in India. A lifelong activist and former director of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Hozan sits on the Advisory Committee of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists, and on the core faculty of the Upaya Zen Center’s chaplaincy training program.

 

Hozan is the author of The Bodhisattva’s Embrace: Dispatches from Engaged Buddhism’s Front LinesHeirs to Ambedkar: The Rebirth of Engaged Buddhism in India, and numerous articles and book chapters. His most recent recording project is Everything is Broken: Songs about Things as They Are.

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