top nav spacer
Leaning Into the Unknown with BPF

Leaning Into the Unknown with BPF

Ever since November 8, I’ve felt like I’m stuck at the top of a rollercoaster. Shocked and dumbfounded by the outcome of the election, I’m suspended in mid-air — floating and waiti ...

“We’ve Been Here All Along” – Love for Asian American Buddhists

“We’ve Been Here All Along” – Love for Asian American Buddhists

BPF Board member Funie Hsu's latest article on white domination in Western dharma has generated a flurry of defensiveness, as well as some powerful support. Read for yourself, shar ...

BPF Reportback from Standing Rock: December 7th

BPF Reportback from Standing Rock: December 7th

Standing Rock is one of the most significant movements of our time, and the opportunity to go there has been a tremendous gift. Join BPF on Wednesday, December 7th for an online re ...

Waking Up After the Election

Waking Up After the Election

Waking up today, I knew there would be work to do. Electing the president of US Empire is always only one step in our political process – "choosing the terrain on which we want to ...

Stand with Standing Rock: A Buddhist Statement of Support

Stand with Standing Rock: A Buddhist Statement of Support

A Buddhist Statement of Support for the Standing Rock action and Water is Life Protectors October 2016 In order to preserve life and sacred land and water on Mother Earth, we pract ...

ACTION ALERT: Buddhists Stand with Larung Gar, Tibet

ACTION ALERT: Buddhists Stand with Larung Gar, Tibet

One of the world's largest Buddhist studies institutes is under threat. Can you join BPF and #StandWithLarungGar? ...

“Mindfulness” and “Happiness” are a distraction. Shouldn’t we be speaking about Refuge?

“Mindfulness” and “Happiness” are a distraction. Shouldn’t we be speaking about Refuge?

What is refuge? Where and when do we encounter refuge? Who or what creates space for refuge? ...

A Buddhist Catholic Scholar Breaks Down the Pope’s Climate Encyclical, So You Don’t Have To

Jack Downey: Laudato Si represents an expansion of the formally “theological” subject matter, and Catholicism’s first environmental encyclical. This is not the first time a pope – let alone regional bishops – has remarked on the record about this topic, but the doctrinal gravity of the subject makes this text stand out. ...

Read more

The Whole Earth is My True Body: Buddhists March in Rome for Climate Justice

Thousands of faith-based and environmental activists descended on St. Peter’s Square last Sunday in Rome, showing strength in diversity in the wake of the Pope’s encyclical on climate change. Pope Francis welcomed the Una Terra, Una Famiglia (One Earth, One Family) marchers during his Sunday blessing. He praised interfaith solidarity as an essential ingredient for humanity to face our contributions to clima ...

Read more

Waking Up to White Supremacy

As a white person, I’m feeling the importance right now of addressing my fellow white people. This shit is deep, friends. White privilege is not isolated events, and it’s not something we can just disavow. White supremacy is not just the KKK, and it won’t stop hurting people because we wish it so. ...

Read more

The Conversation is Changing

David Loy shares an encouraging shift that he observed at the mega-Buddhist-teachers gathering at Omega a few weeks ago: "My presentation argued that the paths of individual transformation and social transformation need each other, and my sense is that we are collectively beginning to understand it." ...

Read more

Upcoming Events for BPFers!

Want to practice at this intersection of Buddhism and direct action? Join BPF Co-Directors Katie Loncke and Dawn Haney at one of these upcoming events - New York, DC, Oakland, New Orleans, and online! ...

Read more

© 2012 Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Scroll to top