Critical Dharma for Thinking Minds

The Water Crisis: When the Well Runs Dry

Editor: I’m posting this article because I came close to personally experiencing the drought  and scarcity of water while living in Nova Scotia. Yarmouth and the southern-most county in the Province went … Continue reading

2016/09/30 · Leave a comment

AdBusters: Two versions of collectivity

Two versions of collectivity September 23, 2016 by adbusters Tags: fascism, #127, Eastern Europe, Lela Vujanic Transart Berlin We were sitting in a friend’s flat, built amid socialist urbanization in the working class neighborhood of the city … Continue reading

2016/09/29 · Leave a comment

Obama Opens Museum of African American History and Culture

Video: President Obama Inaugurates the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture Patrick Lynch © Darren Bradley “What we can see of this building, the towering glass, the … Continue reading

2016/09/29 · Leave a comment

Neo-Nazis, Klan Volunteer for Trump

by Lisa Mascaro; originally published in LA Times. “Trump happened because of us,” Duke said, “not the other way around.” David Duke worked the Louisiana gun show like a preacher pursuing souls, cornering potential … Continue reading

2016/09/29 · Leave a comment

When your race is a passport to all the best freedoms

Don’t get angry when someone brings up white privilege. By Cindy Littlefair Cindy Littlefair is a member of the Halifax Regional School Board. I’m a member of the school board and … Continue reading

2016/09/27 · Leave a comment

Baltimore School Replaces Detention with Meditation and Yoga

September 22, 2016 By James Gaines This school replaced detention with meditation. The results are stunning. Imagine you’re working at a school and one of the kids is starting to act up. … Continue reading

2016/09/25 · Leave a comment

DN: Rev. Barber and Fusion Politics as Third Reconstruction

Reverend Dr. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP, Moral Mondays leader. His most recent book, Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice Movement. Thanks … Continue reading

2016/09/24 · Leave a comment

Imperfect Buddha: Non-Buddhism Pt. 2

Matthew O’Connell goes deep with Glen Wallis exploring Non-Buddhism in this second interview: https://soundcloud.com/post-traditional-buddhism/93-imperfect-buddha-glenn-wallis-on-the-immanence-transcendence-divide “In this episode, writer, critic, Buddhist scholar and Philadelphia punk legend punk Glen Wallis returns to … Continue reading

2016/09/23 · Leave a comment

First Nations Sign Alliance Against Tar Sands

First Nations across North America sign treaty alliance against the oilsands By Elizabeth McSheffrey in News, Energy National Observer | September 22nd 2016 The thunderous pounding of Indigenous drums echoed in the air on Thursday as … Continue reading

2016/09/23 · Leave a comment

Engage! Podcast is Live!

It’s here! Engage! Podcast is the audio podcast for Engaged Buddhism Magazine. The podcast features nterviews with fascinating people who have dedicated much of their lives to the practice of the … Continue reading

2016/09/21 · Leave a comment


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