In this profoundly intimate and direct conversation, viewers get to bear witness to the virtual fireside captured this August, in which these authors and teachers connect, discover and banter about […]
Radical Dharma Conversation It’s time to create the conditions that reimagine a path of healing, reconnect with authentic community, and manifest true justice. Radical dharma (“complete truth”) is a way […]
Encounter race where it lives in your life. Rooted in the supposition that race has harmed us all — though, in different ways, Radical Dharma Circle is an “encounter” with […]
If we are to uphold the dharma, says Rev. angel Kyodo williams, we must stand up to racism and expose its institutionalized forms—even in our Buddhist communities.
Durham is a city in which many polarized perspectives meet. Here, a Friday evening public talk on Radical Dharma is followed by a weekend workshop on Embodied Race & Power […]
Lama Rod Owens and angel Kyodo Williams discuss the challenges of being teachers of color in predominantly white communities. Read their conversation in the Winter 2014 issue of Buddhadharma.
Arising out of the cultural needs and priorities of seventh-century China, the Zen school places significant emphasis on mind-to-mind transmission.
In this 2011 Buddhadharma Forum, Larry Yang, Amanda Rivera, Bob Agoglia, and Rev. angel Kyodo williams discuss how to foster meaningful diversity in American Buddhism.
Just three days after the New York Post’s brazenly racist cartoon managed to slip past all editorial checkpoints to subtly (or grossly) depict the nation’s first Black president as a rabid chimp gunned down by NY’s finest, the online Opinion section of NYTimes ran an article on race.