Lights of the Spirit: Historical Portraits of Black Bahá'ís in North America, 1898-2004
Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis, Richard Thomas, Richard Walter Thomas
Baha'i Publishing Trust, 2006 - 338 pages
This groundbreaking work uncovers the role played by black people in the emergence of the Bah'i faith in North America. Drawing on a wide range of sources including personal essays, letters, and journals, it offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of some extraordinary individuals.
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