Resources for Black Buddhists


A Revolutionary Practice Angel Kyodo Williams, author of 'Being Black,' talks about meditation, racism, and the true nature of American Buddhism. by Jenny Kinscy

Black on Black Buddhism: Interview with George Mumford By William Poy Lee

Buddhism is the Most Radical and Civilized Choice published in the January 2004 issue of Shambhala Sun... A conversation with Charles Johnson by John Malkin

From disenchantment Comes A New Faith published in the June 15, 2005 edition of the Los Angeles Wave Newspaper by Gene Johnson, Jr.

Guess Who's Coming to Dharma: Black Women Embrace Western Buddhism Originally published in the Village Voice, 3 July 2001, by Carol Cooper

Religion is Deeper Than Culture: On Being An African-American Buddhist by M. LaVora Perry

Resources by and about African American Buddhists published in the Summer 2003 issue of Turning Wheel, titled "Black Dharma" compiled by Shannon Hickey

Widening the Circle: Black Communities and Western Buddhist Convert Sanghas by Sharon Smith


Proud Black

Rainbow Dharma

Yahoo! Groups: Black Buddhists