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History of Archiving Shunryu Suzuki's Legacy - written in 2017
All else on this page old stuff.
2012 Fundraising Email sent by Noble friends of Cuke
SFZC Suzuki-roshi Lecture Archiving Project from 1998 to 2002
Page for Bill Redican who was project manager
Bill Redican's Shunryu Suzuki lecture master log from his valiant work over a decade ago.
October 2005 fundraising letter for the Zen Alumbrella which includes the continuation of this archiving.
[May 2005 - How to donate to the work DC does.]
SSLP - Shunryu Suzuki Legacy Project - what's happening in 2008
Supporters and Advisors - past present and future
Posts below was written in years past - 99 to 2003. Much of it is still relevant. - DC
Shunryu Suzuki's students have never been particularly good at archiving his legacy. For decades we have felt that what we had was enough. But for the last few years we've been working on his lectures and preserving people's memories and Suzuki-roshi's legacy is taking a form that can easily be passed down. This work may prove to be helpful and it keeps a few of us off the streets. You can keep up with what's happening with this work here. Right now it basically divides up into two categories: my oral history work and the SFZC' lecture archiving project. See below. [New work being done on updating all this now (2/2005), and fundraising to do it. This stuff was written a two or three years ago. - DC]
Cucumber Project (Crooked Cucumber Oral History Project--the work I'm doing--DC)
Lecture Archiving (SF Zen Center's Shunryu Suzuki Lecture Preservation Project) not updated since 2002 or so.
Buddhism, and the Dimensions of Consciousness
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