The Bahá’ís of the United States
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Baha‘is of the United States
Drawing on the collective experience of the American Baha’i community, the Office works with like-minded organizations and thinkers to advance national thinking around pressing social issues. News & Perspectives. Find news, podcasts, think pieces, and media resources related to the Office’s work.
Baha’i Publications Bookstore. This issue of The American Bahá’í includes a message from the Universal House of Justice, articles on adapting our community building and outreach efforts during the corona virus pandemic, conversations on constructive solutions, the persecution of the Bahá’ís in Iran, a National Fund report, and more.
Baháʼí Faith in the United States – Wikipedia
The Baháʼí Faith was first mentioned in the United States in 1893 at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago. Soon after, early American converts began embracing the new religion. Thornton Chase was the most prominent among the first American Baha‘is and made important contributions to early activities. One of the first Baháʼí institutions in the U.S. was established in Chicago and …
American Bahá’í on the App Store
The American Bahá’í magazine app is published by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States to share news—articles, pictures and videos, in six issues each year—of how Bahá’ís and their collaborators are building community and applying Bahá’í teachings to benefit humanity.
Baháʼí Faith and Native Americans – Wikipedia
Baháʼí radio in Ecuador evolved as a way to serve the thousands of converts in the late 1960s and 1970s. A native of Otavalo, Ecuador and chairman of the National Spiritual Assembly of Ecuador investigated using radio as a tool for spreading the religion and serving the newly forming communities.In early 1973, Raul Pavon leased Radio Turismo station and initiated fourteen hours of daily …
United States of America – bahai-library.com
Louis Gregory, the most prominent African-American Bahá’í, was in touch with nearly every prominent black American between the years 1910 and 1940, and influenced the thinking of some of them. The support that white Bahá’ís lent to black organizations, especially before 1950, was appreciated and had an impact on them.
America | Bahá’í Quotes
Yet even now warfare prevails. Envy and hatred have arisen between nations. But because I find the American nation so capable of achievement and this government the fairest of western governments, its institutions superior to others, my wish and hope is that the banner of international reconciliation may first be raised on this continent and the standard of the Most Great Peace be unfurled here.
Bahá’í Reference Library » The Bahá’í Reference Library is the authoritative online source of Bahá’í writings. It contains selected works of Bahá’u’lláh, the Báb, ‘Abdu’l‑Bahá, Shoghi Effendi, and the Universal House of Justice, as well as other Bahá’í texts.
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