Buddhist Peace Fellowship
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 1,571
Civil Rights, Religion
PO Box 3470 Berkeley CA 94703 USA
Our purpose is to bring peace where there is conflict and to alleviate suffering where we can.
The Buddhist Peace Fellowship operates programs for work in Prisons, BASE--a community based activist training program, Turning Wheel, our quarterly journal of socially engaged Buddhism, and a program for peace.
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Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF) is a leader in socially engaged Buddhism with a long and groundbreaking history of implementing projects that work toward ending suffering in the world. With all of the conflict, injustice and inequality swirling too quickly around us I feel its critical to support organizations guided by generosity, compassion, mindfulness, and deep listening. Check out Turning Wheel Media -- BPF's online forum.
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