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An Interview with Pamela Ayo Yetunde

According to Pamela Ayo Yetunde, the author of Black and Buddhist, the environmental movement needs "more empathy, not more rationales.” In this interview, she offers guidance towards such a shift.
Creative
Creative

A Poem in Observance of World Poetry Day

In recognition of World Poetry Day, we highlight “Sangha,” a piece from somatic healer Suzy Loeffler. May it support your practice.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
How should we live amidst vast systems of interlocking harm? Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo invites us to begin by adopting nonviolence as a way of life.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
A veteran advocate and teacher of socially engaged dharma offers six practices to help us better face the climate emergency, as individuals and in community.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
As wildfire threatens to engulf her home, and as the world faces disaster following on disaster, Thanissara draws courage from the extraordinary spirit of solidarity she encountered at Standing Rock.
Practice
Practice
A hurricane-ravaged landscape offers inspiration and a lesson on resilience to a photographer and student of the dharma.
Practice
Practice

An Opening Ritual for Gatherings

A Living Earth Acknowledgement is a rich practice that can remind us of our ecological nature and avail us to ways of being beyond domination.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
Throughout the pandemic, the slaughterhouse has been a hotbed of virus transmission among its workers. But our compassion can't stop there. We are called to confront and remedy the horrific treatment of animals raised to feed us.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
Workers in any industry ought not be forced to choose between physical and financial health. And within the meat-packing industry, what of the brutal cost to animals of returning this sector to "normal"? Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi examines the layers of perverted value in a recent Trump Administration decision.
EcoDharma
EcoDharma
Mental suffering caused by the climate crisis—or the coronavirus pandemic—calls on us to offer kindness and company. In this article, Kaira Jewel Lingo invites us to transmute the otherwise unbearable.