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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
98 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY As well as supporting various ecological and spiritual pursuits, Kalliopeia Foundation also has several inhouse initiatives, such as the Global Oneness Project. The multimedia education platform was founded in 2006 to highlight social, cultural, and environmental issues through documentaries, photo essays, and licensed films. The project provides a free curriculum that educators can use to cultivate empathy and cultural diversity in their classrooms by introducing students to religious traditions around the world. Kalliopeia’s latest initiative is Emergence Magazine, a quarterly online publication that explores the connections between ecology, culture, and spirituality. The magazine’s fourth issue, which tackles how religious traditions have impacted our histories and identities, features a Buddhist pil grimage in Japan and a profile of Rev. angel Kyodo williams and her philosophy of radical dharma. khyentse foundation “The golden age of Buddhism was only possible because there were major patrons in the past,” says Cangioli Che, executive director of the Khyentse Foundation. “Our foundation’s mission is to follow in the footsteps of these patrons and support all traditions of Buddhist study and practice.” Khyentse Foundation was founded by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche as a nonprofit organization in 2001 to support his monas teries in China, India, and Bhutan. However, as the foundation grew, its mission expanded. At this writing, the foundation has supported Buddhist projects and programs in more than thirty countries. Khy entse aims to revitalize Buddhist traditions around the world—both in countries where Buddhism has a long history and heritage, such as India and Thailand, and in countries where Buddhism is still rela tively new, such as Canada and the US. In the “Buddhist mother countries,” as Che calls them, the foun dation supports more than three hundred monasteries by provid ing students with management training, language programs, and computer courses. In countries newer to Buddhism, Khyentse offers