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Baha'i Doctrine Attracts Non-whites

AuthorJames S. Tinney
Title of item
Baha'i Doctrine Attracts Non-whites
14, 21
Parent publication   The National Leader
Publisher of this ed.
Philadelphia, PA: Publishers Enterprises National
Date of this edition 1983-10-20
Permission Fair use (see notes on copyright)
Posted 2021-03-19 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Biographies and Newspaper articles
Abstract On the Bahá'í Faith's progress toward racial unity; brief bios of Glenford Mitchell, Amoz Gibson, Wilma Brady, Barbara Eaton Bond, and Alberta Deas; reflections on Black experiences of the Bahá'í community.
Tags Alberta Deas; Amoz Gibson; Barbara Eaton Bond; Glenford Mitchell; Race (general); Race unity; Wilma Brady
Locations United States (documents)
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OCLCOCN 755040228.
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