Title

The Vulnerable and Buddhist-Inspired Activism

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Publication Date

2020

Abstract

From the pandemic to racism to social activism in Buddhism, Connor and Nicholas explore stereotyping and prejudice coming not only from the White House but also throughout U.S. history. Their focus is on "the vulnerable" and we see the topic examined from first-person perspectives.

A project of the students in the course "Buddhist Paths in Asia and North America", this wonderfully insightful collection of interviews combines research into San Francisco's urban problems with perspectives from Buddhist Studies.

For more, see Social Issues in San Francisco: Perspectives from Global Buddhisms: https://repository.usfca.edu/thrs/3/

Authors: Nicholas Lee nhlee@dons.usfca.edu, John K Nelson

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