Contemplative Superpowers for Social Change

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Issue Contents

Journal Editors’ Introduction
shah noor hussein & Gabriel Dayley

Contemplative Superpowers for Social Change
James K. Rowe, Farah Godrej, & Shannon Mariotti

Black Buddhists and the Black Radical Tradition: Reflections on an Africana Buddhist Hermeneutic
Tracey E. Hucks

Breaking our Brains and Hearts Open: Dr. Rima Vesely-Flad’s Black Buddhists and the Black Radical Tradition
Toni Pressley-Sanon

In Response: A Black Buddhist Hermeneutic within the Field of Buddhist Studies
Rima Vesely-Flad

Embodying Transformation in Carceral Spaces: On Farah Godrej’s Freedom Inside
Anita Chari

Violence, Liberation, and Freedom Inside
Robin L. Turner

In Response: (Re)Thinking Freedom through Refuge & Embodiment
Farah Godrej

Sokthan Yeng and the Superpower of Buddhist Feminism
Leah Kalmanson

Sokthan Yeng and the Resuscitation of Anger in Buddhist Feminism
Jason M. Wirth

In Response: The Magic of Feminist Sanghas
Sokthan Yeng

Artwork by Rae Minji Lee and Chetna Mehta