In This Issue


Gathering a Force for Peace

In 1961, 185,000 youth declared victory with their mentor.

Basing Ourselves on the Writings of Nichiren Daishonin

SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series (Part 1)

The Underlying Spirit of Our SGI Activities

Guidelines for Leaders Striving on the Front Lines of Kosen-rufu (Part 3 of 5)

The Group Is the Starting Point for Expanding Happiness

Monthly Message from SGI President Ikeda

Victory, No Matter What!

Kane Snowden, of Norman, Oklahoma, breaks through all roadblocks to achieve his dream of playing football for the Oklahoma Sooners.

1961: 85,000 Young Women Gathered for Peace

On Nov. 12, Young Women’s Division Day, 85,000 young women gathered at the Mitsuzawa Athletic Stadium in Yokohama, Japan.

Gathering a Force for Peace

In 1961, 185,000 youth declared victory with their mentor.

1961: 100,000 Young Men Gathered for Peace

On Nov. 5, Young Men’s Division Day, 100,000 young men gathered at the National Sports Stadium in Tokyo.

The Banner of Victory

“Their spirit to fight until the last moment had secured their victory.”

Why is there so much emphasis on youth in the SGI?

This Q&A series addresses frequently asked questions about Nichiren Buddhism.

Everyone Has a Noble Mission

From SGI President Ikeda’s “Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace”

“Valuing Each Individual”
Chapter 21 (2 of 2)

Selections From SGI President Ikeda’s Collected Works

Developing Youth In Our Chapters

Toward the gathering of 50,000 youth in 2018, each chapter in the SGI-USA is taking the lead to dynamically develop the youth. This month, we interviewed chapter youth leaders.

A New Study Focus for Ikeda Wisdom Academy

“The Opening of the Eyes: SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series”

“Justice” – Vol. 27, Chapter 2 (55–58)

The New Human Revolution by Daisaku Ikeda