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The Queer Feminist Rigden

The Queer Feminist Rigden – HIGHLIGHT

Cutting through embedded patriarchy Column: Critical Intent By Alex Vlasic In my first couple of years working with the Shambhala teachings and community, gender didn’t arise as an issue for me. I heard “basic goodness” and it all felt very inclusive. Luckily, basic goodness is all-inclusive. As I have ... continue
Posted May 28, 2016 by CGH
Personal Justice

Personal Justice – HIGHLIGHT

An educator contemplates social justice as an essential part of learning, and especially of teaching in the arts Column: Critical Intent by Joanna C. Horton I recall the first time I did an arts activity that woke me up. I was in 4th grade and we were acting like ... continue
Posted May 10, 2016 by CGH
Continuous Reconciliation

Continuous Reconciliation – HIGHLIGHT

A Reconciliation of Two Identities: Understanding Non-Violence as a Person of Colour and a Buddhist Practitioner New Column: Critical Intent By Nina Eslambolipour  On a long car ride to Boston, I share with my friend the challenges of implementing non-violent action in the face of micro-aggressions as a young ... continue
Posted April 12, 2016 by CGH


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