Creating a Shared Leadership Model at EBMC: 8 week process is launched!

On September 9, 2016, our new consultant Amy Vito met with a group of #EBMC staff, LSangha (board) members, and one of a number of key volunteers, in order to launch an exciting 8 week process. Project Objectives: Create structures that promote shared accountability and decision-making to ensure tasks are completed and strategic goals are […]

What’s the Importance of Gift Economics If “Money Makes the World Go Round”? EBMC Sangha member Krys Simon’s podcast

From #EBMC POC Sangha member and “techie volunteer” Krys Simon’s DocentYouth podcast, “Money Makes the World Go Round”: “[In our current system] the higher the entitlement, the less the guilt in having more than others. Hello, capitalism…. With the rise of individualistic self-interest, the kind of inequality experienced by most Americans has undermined the perceptions of fairness […]

Real Refuge: Building Inclusive and Welcoming Sanghas, Mushim Ikeda

Real Refuge: Building Inclusive and Welcoming Sanghas Tricycle online retreat (August 2013), video, Mushim Ikeda Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor […]

Insight Meditation and Multiculturalism

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Renouncing the “Colonial Self”, Larry Yang

Renouncing the “Colonial Self” Buddhist Peace Fellowship interview with Larry Yang

Why Buddhism? podcast with Mushim Ikeda, Rev. Harry Gyokyo Bridge, and Dr. Scott Mitchell

Why Buddhism? DharmaRealm podcast with Mushim Ikeda, Rev. Harry Gyokyo Bridge, and Dr. Scott Mitchell

What We Ignore Makes Us Ignorant, BPF article by Mushim

What We Ignore Makes Us Ignorant: Storytelling, Movement Building and the Second Noble Truth Buddhist Peace Fellowship article by Mushim

Five Qs with Mushim

Five Qs with Mushim about Dharma, diversity, social justice activism, and more, in Prof. Jee Yoon Lee’s “writing like an asian” (thoughts on writing, composition, and issues of identity) blogsite, used by students at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and available to all.

Memory Is Political: Storytelling, Movement Building and the Third Noble Truth by Mushim

“Memory Is Political”: Storytelling, Movement Building and the Third Noble Truth Buddhist Peace Fellowship article by Mushim