This is the second in a 3 part sequence exploring how the early American Baha’i community championed race unity – perhaps the best example of society building by Baha’is in the Western World.  This episode explores Abdul-Baha’s engagement with the American race unity discourse – focusing on His talks to African-American audiences in 1912.  This sets the stage for our next episode where we explore the impact this all had on both the transformation of the American Baha’i community and on the nascent Civil Right’s movement.

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