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Lions Roar : July 2019
Get the best of Buddhist wisdom delivered to your inbox. LionsRoar.com/newsletters MORE FROM LION’S ROAR COURSES | EVENTS | PARTNERSHIPS | N E W S LION’S ROAR + NAROPA UNIVERSITY: THE THREE TURNINGS OF THE WHEEL Our fascinating new series of online courses about Buddhism’s Indo-Tibetan roots, produced in collaboration with Naropa University, launched in April and is already the biggest hit yet among our online course offerings. Led by distinguished Naropa faculty member Phil Stanley, the next installment, The Second Turning of the Wheel, is now open for registration. You can purchase registration for each course individually, or buy the complete series at a special rate. Learn more at courses.lionsroar.com/naropa THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY LION’S ROAR AT THE RUBIN The Rubin Museum, NY | July 24 What are the unique insights of Black American Buddhists? Do Black American Buddhists have particular experiences that they’re bringing to bear on the practice and understanding of the dharma? How are they participating in and leading the conversation on racial and social justice in America? And how does Buddhism interact with the other faith traditions that are practiced in the African American community? Black Buddhist leaders DaRa Williams, Kamilah Majied, and Willie Mukei Smith explore these questions and more. Join us for this lively discussion, curated by Lion’s Roar and hosted by our friends at New York City’s Rubin Museum of Art. For tickets and livestreaming information, visit lionsroar.com/events ©TERTONSOGYALTRUST BOOK-HOUNDS, LOOK NO FURTHER! Did you know that Lion’s Roar has an online store? Sure, you did. But did you know that our store is stocked with an ever-increasing selection of Buddhist books? You’ll find a carefully curated collection of great dharma books there, featuring many of the titles and authors you’ve encountered in Lion’s Roar magazine and Buddhadharma: The Practitio- ner’s Quarterly. And every sale benefits our not-for-profit mission to support the development of Buddhism in the modern world, so everybody wins. Visit store.lionsroar.com today to browse the latest editions, not to mention our excellent selection of art, gifts, special editions, and more. NEXT 40 YEARS In our 40th-anniversary year, we’re peering into the future, bringing together some of today’s finest Buddhist minds to hear what they think is in store, or should be, for the dharma’s next 40 years. This issue’s focus is on “Deepening Our Practice and Study,” and features contributions from Barbara Rhodes, Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche, Nisha R. Shah, Judy Lief, and Daijaku Judith Kinst, all looking at how the development of knowledge and the development of prajna go hand in hand. You’ll find it on page 66 of this issue. Lion’s Roar is a non-profit, and has been from the start. Your donations have always been welcome. But in this, our fourth decade, we’re contending with a challenging publishing climate while also planning to tackle increasingly complex projects in order to be of benefit to all—so your generosity means more than ever. Please consider becoming a recurring donor and help the lion’s roar echo for people around the world. For details, or to make a one-time donation, visit giving.lionsroar.com LION’S ROAR | JULY 2019 7