One Step Closer to On Inclusion!

One Step Closer to On Inclusion! On Inclusion! North American Buddhist Alliance’s intrafaith gathering in Toronto, Canada on October 31st was

One Step Closer to On Inclusion!2019-02-06T05:19:09-08:00

Reflect, Report, and Refuse Hate Speech Online

Subtle sways of the mind. Covert violence in messaging. Carried-over hatred onto the typically oppressed. Have you noticed yourself repeating certain words,

Reflect, Report, and Refuse Hate Speech Online2019-02-05T15:09:51-08:00

Urgent Prayers for Charlottesville’s Racist Violence

As extreme right-wing groups, encouraged to arrive armed, prepare to converge in Charlottesville, Virginia tomorrow, we at Buddhist Peace Fellowship want

Urgent Prayers for Charlottesville’s Racist Violence2018-12-31T17:15:45-08:00

Newsworthy: Buddhism and Race

Harvard Celebrates Diversity with Commencement for Black Students White Nationalist Leads Protest Threatening Nooses as Acts of Hate Crime Hung about DC The

Newsworthy: Buddhism and Race2019-02-08T05:45:43-08:00

Newsworthy

2017 UN Vesak on May 10th Stand Against Suffering: Buddhist Leaders' Unprecedented Call New York Buddhists in Dialogue: Immigration, Race, and Dharma

Newsworthy2017-04-16T19:12:44-07:00

Monthly WAG

NABA's White Affinities Group is committed to continue its monthly space to talk about the work we're doing to end white supremacy

Monthly WAG2017-03-26T19:56:04-07:00

Buddhists for Racial Justice: Now a NABA Initiative

When 125 diverse Buddhist leaders made their historic and unified visit to the White House in May 2015, they identified two urgent issues

Buddhists for Racial Justice: Now a NABA Initiative2017-03-09T20:40:05-08:00

A Letter to Our Muslim Brothers and Sisters

Rev. Dr. T. Kenjitsu Nakagaki, president of the Buddhist Council of New York (BCNY), invites Buddhist group or groups to pen a support

A Letter to Our Muslim Brothers and Sisters2019-02-08T05:46:28-08:00