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Abstract:
Locke was cynical about the prospect of real progress in race relations within Christianity itself, but he saw potential in Baha'i efforts to promote race amity and making democracy more egalitarian in terms of the rights of minorities.
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Alain Locke on Race, Religion, and the Bahá'í Faith

by Christopher Buck

published in The Bahá'í Faith and African American History, chapter 3, pages 91-116
Maryland: Lexington Books, 2018
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