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Alain Locke on Race, Religion, and the Bahá'í Faith

AuthorChristopher Buck
Title of item
Alain Locke on Race, Religion, and the Bahá'í Faith
chapter 3
Parent publication   The Bahá'í Faith and African American History
Publisher of this ed.
Maryland: Lexington Books
Date of this edition 2018
Permission author
Posted 2020-05-30 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
Abstract Locke was cynical about the prospect of real progress in race relations within Christianity itself, but he saw potential in Bahá'í efforts to promote race amity and making democracy more egalitarian in terms of the rights of minorities.
Notes Mirrored from

See also Buck's chapter 1 in this book, The Bahá'í "Pupil of the Eye" Metaphor: Promoting Ideal Race Relations in Jim Crow America, and Introduction.

Tags African Americans; Alain Locke; Christianity; Human rights; Interfaith dialogue; Race (general); Race unity
Locations United States (documents)
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