New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, CNN, BBC News all presented an incomplete, simplistic story to readers
From October 3-5, 2019 I was invited to speak at the Yeoju EcoForum, in Yeoju, Korea. The following talk was prepared for presentation during the panel session "The Potential Role of Independent Spiritualists" on October 4th.
This past weekend a group of Kashmir Pandits protested outside the Washington Post offices in Washington, DC. They decried as one-sided the coverage by the Post of the ongoing tense situation in Kashmir resulting from the Government
On July 10th, HAF wrote to the BBC expressing concern that an article titled “Jai Shri Ram: The Hindu chant that became a murder cry” likely violated the outlet’s own Editorial Standards which require that coverage will
Let there be no doubt that a Kashmir that is taken over by Pakistan or where Islamists are allowed free rein will not be a place where moderate Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, or Buddhists will be safe.
The literal translation of guru is someone who is a “dispeller of darkness.” The darkness here is ignorance.
Hindu Americans make up 1 percent of the US population. We’re a small minority community, without a doubt. And while Hindus have seen much success in the United States, there are nevertheless policies that adversely affect us
Even if people know little about Hinduism as a religion, they well may be convinced that Hindus don’t eat meat as a rule. The reality is more complicated.
For the past decade plus, HAF has been intimately and actively involved in the process to update California's history and social science content standards and frameworks, as well as new drafts of its textbooks. Here is a
When it comes to describing Hindu scripture and iconography why is it at all acceptable that the standard practice is to emphasize the most salacious interpretation rather than the more spiritual and symbolic?