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1938 Apr The first local spiritual assembly in the whole of Latin America is formed in Mexico City. Mexico City LSA
1943 23 May Melba M. King (née Call) becomes a Bahá’í in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the first full-blooded Eskimo, a Yup’ik, to accept the Faith. [BW18:687–8] Albuquerque; New Mexico Melba M. King
1961 Ridván The National Spiritual Assembly of Mexico is formed. [BW13:258]
  • For picture see BW13:266.
Mexico NSA
1971 4 Aug The first Bahá’í College Club of Latin America is formed at the University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico. [BW15:215] Puebla; Mexico
1973 The first International Youth Conference of Mexico takes place in Puebla City, attended by 200 youth from five countries. [BW15:343] Puebla City; Mexico International Youth Conference
1975 19 Jun - 2 Jul Two Bahá’í women represent the Bahá’í International Community at the first World Conference on Women in Mexico City; nine Bahá’ís represent the Bahá’í International Community at the parallel NGO Tribune. Mexico City; Mexico BIC
1977 4 – 6 Feb An International Teaching Conference is held in Mérida, Mexico, attended by more than 2,000 Bahá’ís. [BW17:81; VV33]
  • For the message of the Universal House of Justice see BW17:139.
  • Three Hands of the Cause were present – Paul Haney, Rahmatu'lláh Muhájir, and Enoch Olinga, as well as Counsellor Florence Mayberry who had been on the first national assembly of Mexico.
  • For pictures see BW17:112, 126–7.
  • VV33 says this was 2–6 Feb.
Mérida; Mexico International Teaching Conference; Conference
1988 18 Dec H. Borrah Kavelin, former member of the first House of Justice, passes away in Albuquerque, New Mexico. [VV97] Albuquerque; New Mexico H. Borrah Kavelin; UHJ
2009 10 – 11 Jan Regional Conferences held in Toronto, Canada and Guadalajara, Mexico. [BWNS687] Toronto; Canada; Guadalajara; Mexico Regional Conferences
 
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