Websites of Interest and Peace & Justice Groups
By | Nov 16 2011
Access to Insight: The Dhammapada
Access to Insight: Readings in Theravada Buddhism.
BuddhaNet: Dharma education
Buddhist Peace Fellowship: Cultivating compassionate action
Dharma Voices for Animals: Bringing Awareness to the Suffering of Animals
DharmaNet: Study, practice & action
DharmaSeed: Vipassana audio dharma
Inquiring Mind: Buddhist journal/national listing of retreats and sitting groups
Insight Meditation Society: Audio dharma
Mind & Life Institute: collaboration and research partnership between modern science and Buddhism
Mid-America Insight Meditation: Retreat list
Shambhala Sun: Online magazine about Buddhist life and culture.
Sutta Readings: Read aloud by Theravadan Buddhist teachers
The Four Dharmas of Gampopa: by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche
Tricycle: Tricycle magazine, online retreats, blog, community, online
The Washington D.C. Buddhist Studies Group, meets twice/month to study the Buddhist Pali Canon
Peace and Justice Groups
Joanna Macy: an eco-philosopher, a scholar of Buddhism, and a leading voice in movements for peace, justice, and a safe environment.
The Sarvoday Shramadana Movement of Sri Lanka: Build the road and the road builds us. (Sarvoday Shramadana means everyone wakes up by working together.)
Friends of Gaviotas, A Village to Reinvent the World: Humanity's search for solutions to the greatest environmental and social problems threatening the world today.
Poets Against the War: A cry against impending war and a celebration of the long and rich tradition of moral opposition and dissent by American writers and artists. Over 13,000 poems were submitted.
California Buddhist Peace Fellowship: Working for peace through contemplation and social action.
Washington Buddhist Peace Fellowship: Engaged Buddhism