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Lions Roar : May 2019
ILLUSTRATIONBYMEGUMIYOSHIDA T’S EASY for privileged people to think of diversity as just about appearances—how a company looks, who’s in a community, what groups are represented on stage. People who run things would like us to think of diversity that way, as kind of superficial. Because real diversity chal- lenges power structures and puts us on the spot about who we are as human beings. This collection of five powerful essays on diversity and Buddhism is part of our year-long series marking the fortieth anniversary of Lion’s Roar. Our theme is the next forty years of Buddhism—how it can change, deepen, and, yes, diversify in order to be of most benefit to many different people’s lives, to our society, and to the future. Benefit, after all, is Buddhism’s only goal and the standard by which it is measured. Becoming more diverse will be as chal- lenging and transformative for Buddhism as for the rest of society. But while each of these important essays offers a powerful, sometimes damning critique of the Bud- dhist status quo, each also points to the tremendous progress and benefit that real diversity will bring. It is one of the most important things we can do to make the Buddha’s teachings a reality. — ME LVIN MCLEOD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Diversity BUDDHISM: THE NEXT 40 YEARS I LION’S ROAR | MAY 2019 66