Imagine a world where different religions come together in peace and harmony. The 10th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving was truly a celebration of thanks.
The King of Samoa, His Highness Susuga Malietoa Tanumafili II, was the first monarch to become a Baha’i. He passed away in May 2007 at the age of 94.
“Smoking is Bad for You, No Ifs, Ands or Butts” is an interactive program designed to educate elementary students (3-5th Graders) about the hazards of smoking and tobacco use.
John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie became a Baha’i in 1968 and was at the forefront both the bebop jazz phenomenon and a jazz generation that included Thelonious Monk, Nat King Cole and Ella Fitzgerald.
Mitra Deliri testified at the United Nations that Tanzania, where she lives, is “a living example of religious pluralism.”
Just as the variety of flowers in a garden make it beautiful, so it is with humanity. Although we have many differences, essentially we are one human family.
The Bahá’í World Congress took place in New York City in November 1992 to celebrate a century of Baha’u’llah’s Teachings. Here is a personal account of the event.