In the summer of 2008, the Institute of Buddhist Studies, in conjunction with the Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple, hosted a conference on Women in American Buddhism: Blending Tradition, Community, and Family. Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown of Naropa University delivered the keynote address.
In her Keynote Address, Dr. Simmer-Brown discusses the obstacles and opportunities women have as women in the Dharma.
For more information on this confernece, see the full Denver video page here
Originally recorded August 29, 2008
© 2008 Judith Simmer-Brown
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Being Female, Being Buddhist: Obstacle or Inspiration?