Radical Buddhism and the Three Treasures--Liberty, Equality & Community

Center for Religion, Culture & Community is excited to host a talk with Hozan Alan Senauke,  a Zen priest and vice-abbot of Berkeley Zen Center in California, about “Buddhism’s Three Treasures— Buddha, Dharma, Sangha—mirror three principles emerging from Western enlightenment —Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity (or Community). We locate the Three Treasures in our life and practice, folding the radical communitarian practices of Martin Luther King’s “Beloved Community” and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s radical Buddhism in modern India. Since these Three Treasures and principles are circular and all inclusive, we circle back to the world we live in here and now”.

 

The event is co-sponsored by Center for Religion, Culture & Community, Buddhist Peace Fellowship--Chicago, Ancient Dragon Zen Gate, and Lakeside Buddha Sangha.

 

Saturday, November 17 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Theatre School Watts Lobby (2350 N. Racine Ave.), Watts (Fullerton) Lobby 2350 N. Racine Ave.

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