Hozan Alan Senauke Talks Socially Engaged Buddhism on Chicago’s “Live from the Heartland Show”

While visiting Depaul University, Hozan Alan Senauke — founder of the Clear View Project, one of the founders of Think Sangha, vice-abbot of the Berkeley Zen Center, and former executive director of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship – appeared on Chicago’s Live from the Heartland Show. The full video is below.

Incidentally, Hozan has a brand new book out that I’ve read and highly recommend: Heirs To Ambedkar: The Rebirth of Engaged Buddhism in India. You can order it now from the Clear View Project, Sweeping Zen, or Amazon.

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