American Buddhist Movement
It does not espouse any particular school or schools of Buddhism.
It respects all Buddhist traditions as equal, and encourages unity of Buddhism in thought and practice. It states that a different, American, form of Buddhism is possible, and that the cultural forms attached to the older schools of Buddhism need not necessarily be followed by westerners.
Membership in the organization is open to all, and it has been estimated to have 2000 members in 1998.