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About asenauke

Zen Buddhist priest, activist, writer, father, musician

Clear View Project Fundraising—Winter 2015-16

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Jarvis Masters : Notes on Oral Arguments at the California Supreme Court— 3 November 2015

    For thirty-four years, since the age of nineteen, Jarvis Jay Masters has been in San Quentin. For thirty of those years he has lived on the scene of a crime he did not commit. His lawyers Joe Baxter … Continue reading

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Clear View Project is Now Tax-Exempt

September 10, 2015 Dear Friends, Clear View Project has been up and running since 2008, providing education and basic support to the most needy in Burma, India, and elsewhere. We have raised more than $100,000 in donations, and maintain close … Continue reading

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Freedom Seems Near For Jarvis Masters

Tuesday morning, August 11, I visited with my friend Jarvis Masters, an innocent man on California’s San Quentin Death Row. On the ground of our common Buddhist practice Jarvis and I have been meeting and talking regularly for more than15 … Continue reading

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Towards a Social Dharma—Caring For Our Common Home, Our True Body

By Hozan Alan Senauke July 2015 Along with other U.S. Buddhists, Hozan Alan Senauke, Zen teacher and founder of the Clear View Project, visited the Vatican in June of 2015, meeting with U.S. Catholics and with Pope Francis on the need … Continue reading

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Buddhists Go To The White House

Buddhists Go to the White House Hozan Alan Senauke—16 May 2015 The streets of Washington DC were lined with blossoms and greenery, the prospect of promise. One hundred thirty Buddhist teachers, monks, nuns, laymen and laywomen, academics, and organizers met … Continue reading

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Active Non-Violence and More: Turning Wheel Media Interviews Alan Senauke

I came across this interview from Fall of 2012 and find it is still relevant and clear. Thanks to Stephen Crooms and BPF.                                     … Continue reading

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