Finding healing for racial trauma in Buddhist teachings, rituals, and practices, but urging us all to reflect on our biases.
Tara, Sweet Honey and the Rock, and womanist theologians offer fiercely loving examples of being free and freeing others.
The Buddha's teachings about distortions of perception anticipated current research on "inherent bias."
Buddhist practice has enabled this Filipino/Asian American to grapple with experiences of feeling unseen and silenced.
Sanghas in the US need to be mindful of the potential to reduce Buddhism to a spirituality that avoids addressing racial wounds.
Winter/Spring 2016 (Vol. 44 Nos. 1 & 2)
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