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Now Recruiting: BPF Board Bad-Ass Bodhisattvas!


Do you know someone committed to supporting Buddhist activism for racial, economic, and climate justice?


The Buddhist Peace Fellowship is recruiting new Board Members for our working board!  

We are looking for Board Members for the following roles:

BPF has a stable, engaged, and proactive board that meets via conference call every several months and in-person once per year for an all Board/Staff retreat. We have an active committee structure that continues to evolve as the organization strengthens its internal operations and expands its reach.

If you or someone you know is interested in any of these positions, serving engaged Buddhism and transforming oppression through the spunky, big-hearted, good-humored, and deeply committed collective that is Buddhist Peace Fellowship, send BPF a resume and brief narrative that describes (1) why you are interested in BPF, and (2) what experience and qualities you would bring to this role.

Please apply by November 1st, 2015 to

we will begin to review applications by November 9th.


With metta,

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Comments (1)

  • Donna K

    To Clarify:
    I haven’t read the article (yet.)
    As a white woman who has worked my entire teen / adult life. Went to a trade school (I couldn’t afford college) and got a nursing license after doing the work required to get it. I also clearly remember the diversity of the class t(his was in 1982) and now see the diversity of people in the field.
    I’m not privileged, except for having the privilege to make good choices or bad ones, and to pursue what I want through Hard Work.
    Now I will read the article to see if my perspective changes.

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