Bridging Learning and Doing: Community Forum on Race, Racism, and Buddhism

By: Benjamin Nourse, Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies "This is like a pop-up sangha" one participant declared during the course of the community forum on Race, Racism, and Buddhism. The Sanskrit term she used, sangha, is used popularly by many Buddhists in the US to talk about community. The community that had come together … Continue reading Bridging Learning and Doing: Community Forum on Race, Racism, and Buddhism

Tackling Grand Challenges: A Window into Three A Community Table Conversations

Powerful conversations have unfolded across the country through A Community Table. Here you can get a peek into three of those conversations on: Racial Justice During COVID-19Engaging VeteransCivic Participation at Different Stages of Life As these glimpses illustrate, A Community Table offers an impactful way to connect through intentional, meaningful conversation. These conversations come at … Continue reading Tackling Grand Challenges: A Window into Three A Community Table Conversations