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TAGS: Cultural diversity; Indigenous people; Native Americans; Unity
LOCATIONS: Canada; United States
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Abstract:
Bridging Baha'i communities with Indigenous populations in Canada and the United States was not easy, and was especially fraught for native believers, who also confronted tensions of intercultural understanding and sometimes outright racism.
Notes:
Mirrored with permission from bahai-studies.ca/past-issues. See also the complete issue [PDF].

Building Intercultural Community:
Insights from Indigenous Bahá'í History

by Chelsea Horton

published in Journal of Bahá'í Studies, 26:3, pages 65-87
Ottawa: Association for Baha'i Studies North America, 2016
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