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How Bahá’í History can create vibrant communities

    Event date: January 1, 1970
THE UNIQUENESS OF BAHÁ’Í HISTORY WRITING BAHÁ’Í HISTORY – ‘ABDU’L-BAHÁ SHOGHI EFFENDI THE DAWN-BREAKERS: A DUAL MASTERPIECE 1844 – 1944: THE CENTENNIAL; “On the 23rd of May of this auspicious year the Bahá’í world will celebrate the centennial anniversary of the founding of the Faith of Bahá’u’lláh…the hundredth anniversary of the inception of the Bábí […]
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Mr. Mikhail Sergeev

    Event date: August 14, 2022
(Ph.D. in religious studies from Temple University, 1997) is a religion, philosophy, and modern art historian. He has served as an editor of the book series Contemporary Russian Philosophy at Brill Publishers in the Netherlands (2016–2019) and as chair of the Department of Religion, Philosophy, and Theology at the Wilmette Institute (2017–21). Sergeev teaches courses in […]
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Mr. Necati Alkan

    Event date: August 1, 2022

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Ms. Violetta Zein

    Event date: August 21, 2022
Violetta’s family has pioneered in Africa for two generations, first her grandparents to Spanish Morocco during the Ten-Year Crusade, and her parents following suit by pioneering in Central Africa since 1981. After her undergraduate degree in International Relations, Violetta served and then traveled throughout Africa before serving at the Bahá’í World Centre for two and […]
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Dr. Hussein Ahdieh

    Event date: October 2, 2022
He was born and raised in Nayriz, Iran, He is a sixth-generation Bahá’í, his ancestors figuring among the first in Nayriz to accept the Bábi and later Bahá’í Faith. Hussein immigrated to the United States as a young man of 17. Like many immigrants seeking a better life in America, he worked and attended college […]
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