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Excerpt from an interview with Raúl Pavón

AuthorKurt Hein
Title of item
Excerpt from an interview with Raúl Pavón
Parent publication   Radio Bahá'í Ecuador: A Bahá'í Development Project
Publisher of this ed.
Kidlington, Oxford: George Ronald, Publisher
Date of this edition 1988
Permission author
Posted 2004-10-04 by Kurt Hein
Classified in Notable Talks
Abstract Excerpt from an interview with Kurt Hein, 5 January 1982, Otavalo, Ecuador.
Notes Pavon is the individual who conceived Radio Bahá'í as a means to teach and consolidate the Faith among the thousands of native people who accepted the teachings in the early '70s. He was chairman of the NSA of Ecuador and then named a Counsellor. He honored Dr. Muhajir as his teacher/mentor/model/hero. He was our next-door neighbor when we lived in Otavalo. He brought most of his family into the Faith--mother, father, sisters, brother. His parents had raised them to love and honor the indigenous people. He learned Quichua and was a school teacher and a literacy teacher/trainer. Pavon passed on in Peru in October 1983 (in his early 50s) while assisting with the establishment of Radio Bahá'í de Bolivia. -K.H.
Tags Bahai radio; Interviews; Raul Pavon
Locations Otavalo, Ecuador
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