Saturday, September 8 | 2-4PM
Hillary Clinton Children's Library, 4800 W 10th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas
Tzu Chi USA and Compassion Works For All are celebrating compassion in action by presenting stories about Socially Engaged Buddhism in the United States and beyond. Helping those in need is vital in today’s unbalanced and turbulent world. We can all play a part in spreading and practicing the wisdom of altruistic service. Join our film screening event and let’s inspire each other!
Featuring an original documentary on "Compassion Works for All"
A Different Approach
Mindfulness, compassion, insight meditation,
trauma healing, individual counseling,
and movement therapy
connecting people to available resources,
and leadership development
National sangha (community),
interfaith commitment, conflict resolution,
What We Do
Dharma Friends Newsletter
A bimonthly newsletter sent to more than 3,000 individuals who are incarcerated in all 50 states and 4 other countries. This self-help, ecumenical newsletter is free to people in prison.
Most people in prison do not have access to the internet, but still have a tremendous need for information. We've pulled together resources lists to provide support for people who are incarcerated, and their families.
We develop and facilitate contemplative programs for correctional facilities, including meditation, conflict resolution, yoga and movement, and a therapeutic healing intervention for children and youth called Letters from the Inside.
More than two decades ago, His Holiness the Dalai Lama charged a group of 50 western students to do prison outreach in the US. He saw the tremendous suffering and inequality in our prison system. Anna Cox was in the room that day, and Compassion Works for All is the manifestation of the Dalai Lama's vision.