An early program in race tolerance, preceding the Civil Rights movement, as described by a prominent Chief Law Enforcement Officer in early 20th-century California.
Powers was a well-known police officer, holding various posts 1922-1947, promoting Bahá'í ideals and contributing to the Guide to Race Relations for Peace Officers.
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A Experiment in Race Relations
published in Bahá'í World
, Vol. 11 (1946-1950), pages 707-712
Wilmette: Bahá'í Publishing Committee, 1952