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Buddhist Global Relief Continues Efforts Toward the Eradication of Hunger and Poverty
US-based non-profit continues its long mission of social engagement
Uploaded 15 Oct 2020
Shambhala Mountain Center in Colorado Loses Buildings to Wildfire
Despite losses, key structures survived the blaze
Uploaded 6 Oct 2020
COVID-19 Leaves Tibetan Buddhist Monk Stranded in Kentucky
Tsering Phuntsok has used the time to meditate and pray for the health of the community
Uploaded 24 Sep 2020
Buddhists in Hawai‘i Lead Bell-ringing for International Day of Peace
Event unites people across faiths, ages, and timezones
Uploaded 22 Sep 2020
Great Wisdom Buddhist Institute on Prince Edward Island, Canada, Faces Local Opposition
After success in 2018, nuns face opposition to building plans
Uploaded 17 Sep 2020
Cambodian Buddhists in Rhode Island Struggle to Cope with COVID-19
Weekend marked Pchum Ben, a key Buddhist festival for Cambodian Buddhists
Uploaded 15 Sep 2020
Wandering Western Buddhist Nuns Aim to Plant Permanent Roots
Building toward a place for prayer, contemplation, and retreat for all women
Uploaded 10 Sep 2020
Tassajara Zen Mountain Center Threatened by California Wildfires
Great efforts underway to protect the area and preserve key statues
Uploaded 27 Aug 2020
American Soto Zen Pioneer Yvonne Rand Dies Aged 84
A dedicated guide and teacher who touched many across the Zen world
Uploaded 25 Aug 2020
Dalai Lama in Dialogue with USIP on “Conflict, COVID, and Compassion”
His Holiness urges young leaders to adopt a global, inclusive perspective
Uploaded 19 Aug 2020
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