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Sexual Equality in the Bahá'í Community

AuthorShiva Tavana
Title of item
Sexual Equality in the Bahá'í Community
Parent publication   dialogue
City of this publication
Los Angeles
Date of this edition 1986
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Typed 2012-06 by Bobbi Lyons
Posted 2012-01-07 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Essays and short articles and Statistics
Abstract Women are oppressed minorities who often feel isolated, even in Baha'i communities. Baha'is need to explore new models of family life. Includes statistics on the percentages of female members of Baha'i institutions.
Notes See also Percentage of National Spiritual Assembly members who are women, 1953-2007 and A Question of Gender: A Forum on the Status of Men in Bahá'í Law.

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