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Buddhadharma : Fall 2018
BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 9 JUDY ROITMAN (Zen Master Bon Hae) says she found herself walk- ing into Cambridge Zen Center in 1976, having no idea what she was getting into, and in some sense never left. After moving to Lawrence, Kansas, in 1978 she helped found the Kansas Zen Center with, among others, her husband Stan Lombardo. She was granted author- ization as a teacher (inka) in the Kwan Um School of Zen in 1998 and received dharma transmission in 2013. JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN cofounded the Insight Meditation Society in 1975 and the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies in 1989. He has studied and prac- ticed meditation since 1967 under the guid- ance of teachers from India, Burma, and Tibet, becoming one of the first American vipassana teachers. Currently, he is a core teacher in the new IMS teacher training program, which is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity in dharma teachings and practice. He is the author of Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening and One Dharma: The Emerging Western Buddhism. MATTEO PISTONO is a writer and meditation teacher. He lived and traveled throughout the Himalayas for a decade, where he documented China’s human rights abuses in Tibet, and now sits on the Executive Council of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists. He is the author of Meditation: Coming to Know Your Mind, Fearless in Tibet, and Roar: Sulak Sivaraksa and the Path of Socially Engaged Buddhism (forthcom- ing in 2019). GINA SHARPE was born in Jamaica and immigrated to New York as a child. After successful careers in government, the film industry, and as a lawyer, she cofounded New York Insight Meditation Center in 1997, where she led its People of Color sangha and served as the Guiding Teacher until 2017. A member of the Teachers Council at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, she is currently leading— along with Larry Yang and Lila Kate Wheeler—its eighth Dharma Teacher Training, with 90 per- cent of participants coming from communi- ties of color. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)JOEJANOWSKI,SALVAMAGAZ,BHANUWATJITTIVUTHIKARN,UNKNOWN