New Perspectives on Western Buddhism

5 out of 5

This product is a groundbreaking anthology that gathers together the experiences and perspectives of Western Buddhist practitioners of color. It features contributions from well-known authors such as Alice Walker and Maxine Hong Kingston, as well as other practitioners, who share their unique insights on the concepts of suffering and the path to its cessation in Buddhism. The anthology represents a diverse range of Buddhist traditions, with essays from Latino, Asian, African-American, and Native American practitioners. The overarching theme of the work is the connection between diversity, racism, and Buddhism, and how the Dharma can be a powerful tool for healing and liberation. The product is a paperback book with 250 pages and is available in English.


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