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Articles in newspapers

  1. 1970-1995: Newspaper articles archive (1970). Collection of newspaper articles from 1970-1995.

    Also available as a zipped archive: uga_1995.zip and uga_images.zip.

  2. 1996: Newspaper articles archive (1996). Collection of newspaper articles from 1996.
  3. 1997: Newspaper articles archive (1997). Collection of newspaper articles from 1997.

    Also available as a zipped archive: uga_1997.zip and uga_images.zip.

  4. 1998: Newspaper articles archive (1998). Collection of newspaper articles from 1998.

    Also available as a zipped archive: uga_1998.zip and uga_images.zip.

  5. 1999: Newspaper articles archive (1999). Collection of newspaper articles from 1999.

    Also available as a zipped archive: uga_1999.zip and uga_images.zip.

  6. 2000: Newspaper articles archive (2000). Collection of newspaper articles from 2000.
  7. 2001: Newspaper articles archive (2001). Collection of newspaper articles from 2001.
  8. 2002: Newspaper articles archive (2002). Collection of newspaper articles from 2002.
  9. 2003: Newspaper articles archive (2003). Collection of newspaper articles from 2003.
  10. 2004: Newspaper articles archive (2004). Collection of newspaper articles from 2004.
  11. 2005: Newspaper articles archive (2005). Collection of newspaper articles from 2005.
  12. Steven Kolins, comp. 50,000 Newspaper Clippings from newspapers.com (2023). Excel files with OCRed text, and PDF files with thumbnail image clippings linked to newspapers.com, of tens of thousands of articles from 1748-2023.
  13. Ana Cristina Leonardo. A Última Heterodoxia (2006). Article published in Expresso, a very influential newspaper in Portugal. A positive article towards the Faith.
  14. Abdel Karim Effendi: He Visits America and Sets Aside the False Teachings of Dr. Kheiralla (1900). A short account in a non-Bahá'í periodical of Haji Abdu'l-Karim Effendi's visit to New York in May 1900 to counter Ibrahim Kheiralla's actions against the Covenant.
  15. Kurt Asplund. `Abdu'l-Bahá in Manhattan (2013). Maps of all the places visited by `Abdu'l-Bahá in 1912, from Miniature Atlas of the Borough of Manhattan in One Volume, complete with detailed descriptions of each location, quotations from people present, and excerpts from newspaper articles.
  16. Christopher Buck and Nahzy Abadi Buck. `Abdu'l-Bahá's 1912 Howard University Speech: A Civil War Discourse for Interracial Emancipation (2012). Presentation at Grand Canyon Bahá'í Conference on Abdu'l-Bahá and the Black Intelligentsia, especially W. E. B. Du Bois; his speech to the NAACP; and reproductions of many newspaper clippings covering his visit to Washington, DC.
  17. Marion Weinstein. ['Abdu'l-Bahá] Declares Zionists Must Work with Other Races: From the Globe and Commercial Advertiser (New York, July 17, 1919) (1919). An interview with 'Abdu'l-Bahá on the League of Nations, Bahá'í ideas for peace, and the Holy Land. [Note: at this time in history, years before the Second World War, the terms "Zionist" and "Palestine" had somewhat different meanings.]
  18. Kate Carew. 'Abdul Baha Talks to Kate Carew of Things Spiritual and Mundane (1912).
  19. Archie C. Fisk. Address of Col. A. C. Fisk: Before the Bahai Assembly, in New York City, Giving His Personal Views of What the Movement Means (1910). The Bahá'í teachings are more than idealistic theories; the Faith is a practical instrument made for the present age; on the responsibilities of rulers, universal language, social evolution, unity of religion, and global justice.
  20. Appreciations of the Bahá'í Faith (1941). Excerpts from books, magazines, newspaper articles, and testimonials.
  21. Shankar Vedantam. Are Independents Just Partisans In Disguise? (2012). Political attitudes and voting patterns in the United States, including brief interview with a Bahá'í voter.
  22. Christopher Buck and et al.. As Others See Him: Jesus asks all people 'Who do people say that I am?': Replies from several non-Christians (1997). A short collection of non-Christian perspectives on Jesus, published in commemoration of Easter.
  23. Ted Slavin. As sure as spring follows winter, better times are ahead (2011). Seasonal spring can be a metaphor for spiritual spring: the renewal of faith. Bahá'ís celebrate both in the annual festival of Ridvan, and this April they will also be praying for the release of imprisoned Iranian Bahá'ís.
  24. Jan T. Jasion, comp. Báb, The: Newspaper Articles and Other Publications 1845-1859 (2019). List of 1490 articles from newspapers, books, and journals referencing The Báb and the Bábís, from Europe, the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand.
  25. New York Times. Ralph D. Wagner, comp. Babi Attempt on the Life of the Shah, 1852: Coverage in the New York Times (1852). Five brief newspaper reports, among the earliest known references to the Báb in an American publication.
  26. Thomas Chaplin. Babs of Persia, The (1871). Eight versions/excerpts of an article originally published in The Times of London Oct. 5, 1871, and then reprinted elsewhere.
  27. Marcus Bach. Bahá'i: A Second Look (1957). A positive assessment of the Bahá'í faith by an outsider.
  28. James S. Tinney. Baha'i Doctrine Attracts Non-whites (1983). On the Bahá'í Faith's progress toward racial unity; brief bios of Glenford Mitchell, Amoz Gibson, Wilma Brady, Barbara Eaton Bond, and Alberta Deas; reflections on Black experiences of the Bahá'í community.
  29. Badi Shams. Bahá'í Essays in the Times Colonist (2017). 48 essays: spiritual cost of higher a standard of living; religious prejudice; spiritual principles and financial planning; loving vs. fearing God; gap between rich and poor; philosophy of Karma and science and religion; role of spirituality in economics.
  30. Baha'i Faith Will Advertise: Editorial (1946). One-paragraph report of a 1946 outreach effort.
  31. Walter Bryant Guy. Bahá'í Message, The (1927). A series of 16 newspaper articles summarizing Bahá'í history and teachings in "Florida's Oldest News Weekly Newspaper" by a writer who visited Abdu'l-Bahá several times between 1901-1921 and traveled extensively among the Bahá'ís in foreign lands.
  32. Bahá'í News: Complete issues (1924). Link to offsite documents.
  33. Manya A. Brachear. Bahá'í Schism Battles It out in Court (2009). Short article touching on a lawsuit to prevent covenant-breakers from using the word "Bahá'í" and "The Greatest Name."
  34. Bahá'í Temple Moves Toward Completion (1941). One-paragraph blurb from 1941.
  35. Abe Levy. Bahá'ís have outsized MLK presence (2013). Bahá'ís play an increasingly-active role in events celebrating the message of Martin Luther King.
  36. Antonio Marujo. Bahá'ís Têm Nova Direcção Mundial (2003). Article on the Election of the Universal House of Justice, published in a Portuguese newspaper.
  37. Wilhelmina Bain. Bahá'ísm Today (1913). Short, early overview of the Bahá'í Faith, among the first published in New Zealand.
  38. Archie C. Fisk. Brief Account of the Bahai Movement, A (1910). Short profile of the Faith's history and teachings.
  39. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States and Amnesty International et al. Cases of Dhabihu'llah Mahrami and Musa Talibi, The (1998). In June 1994 and January 1996, two Bahá'ís in Iran were arrested and later sentenced to death for the crime of apostasy from Islam. These 9 documents and articles are about their case.
  40. Ted Slavin. Celebrating a 'revolutionary' who ushered in a new age (2009). The heretical and progressive message of The Báb.
  41. Ted Slavin. Celebrating Survival (2011). Hardships lead to spiritual growth. Grief is sent by God to perfect us, and comfort comes from passing through difficult times.
  42. Rute Moreira. Comunidade Bahá'í em Portugal (2001). An article published in a Portuguese Newspaper with an introductory text to the Bahai Faith.
  43. Christopher Buck. Criminalizing the Bahá'í Religion (2009). The opposite of freedom of religion is the banning of religion; the Bahá'í community in Iran being a case in point; the pattern of oppression.
  44. Manohla Dargis. Cultivation of Belief, The: 'The Gardener,' Mohsen Makhmalbaf's Inquiry Into Religion (2013). A review of The Gardener, a meditative documentary by an outsider which is partly about the Bahá'í Faith.
  45. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States. Destiny of America and The Promise of World Peace, The (2001). Statement published as a full-page ad in New York Times on prerequisites for world peace: acceptance of the oneness of humanity; eradication of racism; emancipation of women; elimination of wealth disparity; end to nationalism; religious harmony.
  46. Ted Slavin. Dichotomies of Charles Dickens still hold true today, The (2011). On the state of the present-day world, which swings between the extremes of unprecedented achievements and unimaginable horrors.
  47. Early Mention of Bábís in Western Newspapers, Summer 1850 (1850). Very brief newspaper mentions about the rise of the Bábí movement: Tioga Eagle (Wellsborough, Pennsylvania) 1850-08-21; Church and State Gazette (Middlesex, London) 1850-07-19; Nevada State Journal 1871-12-23.
  48. Faith and Works: Maoris and the Baha'i Faith (1995). The transcript of an interview with two New Zealand Bahá'ís, Huti Toataua and Hedi Moani, aired by the New Zealand National Radio show "Faith and Works" (May, 1995) on "the growing relationship between the Maori community and the Bahá'í Faith."
  49. Ted Slavin. Fasting period ends Sunday (2011). The Fast helps us remember the goals of eradicating poverty and achieving gender equality.
  50. Steven Kolins, comp. First newspaper story of the events of the Bábí Faith (2013). Six versions of the first public mentions in English of the Bábís, from November 1845.
  51. Bahá'í Information Office of the UK. First Public Mentions of the Bahá'í Faith in the West (1998). Short essay based on research by Moojan Momen and Derek Cockshutt. The first mention for the Faith in the West was not in 1893, but rather in a number of earlier talks on the Faith in England, and reports on the Babis in the 1850s.
  52. Sean Nevins. From Nayriz to New York: Hussein Ahdieh and the Story of Harlem Prep (2016). Brief overview of the history of the Harlem Prep School and bio of its founder.
  53. Hainsworth, Philip (2001). Bio of a prominent pioneer, administrator, and author.
  54. John Kelly. Harrison G. Dyar: Articles (2012). Links to a 10-part series of columns about Harrison Dyar, one of Washington D.C.’s most unusual residents (the "mysterious tunnel builder"), and another Bahá'í, Wellesca Pollock. Includes many mentions of 'Abdu'l-Bahá and the Bahá'í Faith.
  55. Kathryn Anderson and Kathleen Farabi. History of the Bahá'í Faith in Trinidad and Tobago: Biographies and newspaper articles (2010). Link to a website containing history and biographies. Includes newspaper articles "First Bahá'í wedding in Trinidad" (1970), "First NSA of the Bahá'ís of Trinidad" (1971), and "Hand of the Cause Ugo Giachery" (1972).
  56. Muhammad Sahimi. Hojjatiyeh, Mesbahiyeh, and Ahmadinejad (2010). History of anti-Bahá'í activities in Iran.
  57. Oakland Ross. Holy Land's Low-Profile Religion, The (2007). Brief overview of the Bahá'í Faith and its place in Israel.
  58. Paul Bowers. How a 19th-century Persian faith became the second-most common religion in our state: Why So Many Bahá'í? (2014).
  59. Huffington Post articles about the Bahá'í Faith (n.d.). Link to thousands of items at huffingtonpost.com mentioning, or about, the Bahá'í Faithh.
  60. Reuters. Human Rights Watch on Persecution of Baha'is in Iran (1997). Two articles covering a report by Human Rights Watch on the treatment of the Bahá'ís and other minorities in Iran.
  61. Ted Slavin. Humankind can't fly until men and women are truly equal (2011). Bahá'ís recognize the importance of International Women's Day. William Hatcher had many observations about the importance of equality and the place of women.
  62. Guy Murchie. I am a Bahá'í (1958). "An Exotic Faith Has Built One of the World's Great Temples Here. A Believer Tells What That Faith Means to Him."
  63. Imbrie Murder Laid to Religious Hate (1924). Two brief articles describing the 1924 murder of an American diplomat by a Muslim mob who thought he was a Bahá'í.
  64. Geoffrey Cameron. In the Face of Oppression (2011). The Bahá'ís in Iran have long been persecuted, but stand strong in their pursuit of a just society.
  65. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United Kingdom. In the Footsteps of 'Abdu'l-Bahá: The Master in the British Isles 1911 (2011). A collection of extracts from the Writings, pilgrims' notes, and newspapers summarizing Abdu'l-Bahá's first visit to the United Kingdom, prepared by the NSA of the United Kingdom for centenary observations.
  66. Ted Slavin. In tough times, we could all be a little more spiritual (2009). The importance of praying with and for our friends and neighbors.
  67. Ted Slavin. Investment in your community reaps priceless profits (2010). Getting to know people in your community, and being helpful to your neighbors, has unexpected benefits.
  68. Iran Seeks to Suppress Baha'i Faith: Editorial (1955). One-paragraph editorial from 1955.
  69. W. Andy Knight. Iran's Genocidal Mentality (2010). The systematic, government-sanctioned persecution of the Bahá'í minority in Iran can be considered a crime against humanity.
  70. Ted Slavin. Iranian Bahá'ís in captivity are living, and suffering, for all of us (2011). Why did a group of Bahá'ís in Iran in 1983 choose to be executed rather than renounce their faith? A new group of Bahá'ís in Iran is facing the same fate.
  71. Ted Slavin. Iranian fun and games with Bahá'í followers (2010). Satirical look at contemporary Iranian persecutions of the Bahá'ís.
  72. Ahang Rabbani, comp. Iranian Intellectuals and the Bahá'ís (2010). 59 essays from 2008-2009 in Iranian newspapers or IranPressWatch.org by influential thinkers, about the Bahá'í Faith in contemporary Iran. Most of these were also translated by Ahang Rabbani.
  73. Ted Slavin. It's not a great weight-loss plan, but fasting is good for the soul (2011). Humorous look at the Fast and questions from non-Bahá'ís, and an overview of the laws of fasting.
  74. Le Journal de Constantinople (1848). Collection of 818 files, unsorted. They contain an unknown number of references to the Báb and his milieu. Four entries have been found so far, and searching this archive may yield more.
  75. Alfred von Goumoens. Letter on the Attempted Assassination of Nasir al-Din Shah (1852). Austrian captain Alfred von Goumoëns witnessed and reported on the attempted assassination of Násir ad-Dín Sháh and sent this letter to an Austrian newspaper.
  76. Austin Wright. Letter [on Babis and Nestorians] (1853). Letter from November 1852, with a brief mention of the assassination attempt on the Sháh.
  77. Lynn Echevarria-Howe. Life Histories of Bahá'í Women in Canada: Constructing Religious Identity in the Twentieth Century (2011). Introductory chapter of a study of the essential features of living a Bahá'í life, examining experiences of a diverse group of Canadian Bahá'ís through a sociological framework and a women-centred perspective. Includes newspaper article about Echevarria.
  78. Ted Slavin. Lighthouses of kindness are scattered among us (2010). The beauty of those who care for others and do special things in their communities.
  79. Ted Slavin. Little 'aliens' who spontaneously break into song (2009). On raising our children ("little aliens") and what they're learning from the contemporary world they see.
  80. Kark Vick. Little Religion That Persists, The: The Bahá'í in Israel (2011).
  81. Barbara Kay. Looking for Mother's Helper, at Least 15 Years Old, Able to Swim (2012). Short essay saying some complimentary things about Bahá'ís, notable partly because published in a mainstream newspaper by a well-known columnist.
  82. Brian Whitaker. Lost in Translation (2002). Transcribing Arabic into the Roman alphabet is fraught with difficulty. And in an age of electronic text, search engines and databases, the problem is only going to get worse.
  83. Hussein Ahdieh. Making of a Survivor, The: A Foreigner's Story (2019). The author on his new book, growing up as a Baha’i in Iran, and how his faith and family nourished and taught him to be who he is today.
  84. Ted Slavin. Materialism Wearing Away at Our Kids (2012). The materialism of modern society and media is distracting many of our children. Adults must be aware that they are key role models for their kids.
  85. Mention of the Babi and Baha'i Faiths in the New York Times 1852 - 1922 (1852). 45 articles and brief mentions, spanning 70 years.
  86. Message from Abdu'l-Baha, Head of the Baha'is, A (1912). News article of Abdu'l-Bahá's tour. Includes scanned image of various newspaper clippings and photographs of Abdu'l-Bahá.
  87. Alice Rohe. New John the Baptist Preaching Universal Brotherhood: Abdul Ba-ha Patriarchal Head of Bahá'ísts in Denver With Message of Love and Justice to All and for All (1912). News article of Abdu'l-Bahá's tour. Includes scanned image of original newspaper and photograph of Abdu'l-Bahá.
  88. Steven Kolins, comp. Newspaper Collections and the Baha'i Faith (2020). Links to collections of thousands of newspaper clippings and articles related to the Bahá'í Faith, and a brief guide to finding other Bahá'í genealogical and historical sources.
  89. Ted Slavin. Nobility is showing kindness and courtesy when times are tough (2009). Story of Behrouz Tavakkoli, one of the seven "Yaran" (friends) imprisoned in Iran in 2008.
  90. Keith Thursby. Obituary: James Nelson (2011). James Frank Nelson (1927-2011) was a Municipal Court judge in California and long-term member of the American Bahá'í National Spiritual Assembly.
  91. Obituary: R. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram: April 30, 1954 - Oct. 21, 2004 (2004). An obituary of Bahá'í scholar and archivist R. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram, who passed away October 20, 2004, from his hometown newspaper.
  92. Steven Kolins, comp. Oregon Newspaper Archive (1923). 50 news clippings from an "independent paper devoted to the interests of the people" that were found searching newspaper archives for Bahá'í keywords.
  93. Varqa Jalali. Os 50 Anos da Fé Bahá'í em Cabo Verde (2004). An article about the 50 years of the Faith in the Islands of Cape Verde.
  94. Antonio Marujo. Os Novos Jardins Suspensos do Monte Carmelo: Baha'ís inauguram espaço verde em Haifa (2001). Newspaper article published in a Portugal, about the gardens in Mt. Carmel.
  95. Ted Slavin. Power of Prayer Brings a Higher Force into Play, The (2011). Some ideas about how prayer works.
  96. Ted Slavin. Providing answers to oft-asked questions of Baha'is (2009). What do Bahá'ís believe?
  97. Ted Slavin. Recharge your batteries by detaching for a while (2010).
  98. Zuo Xuan. Religious Chic (2010). A portrait of the Bahá'ís in contemporary China.
  99. Bahá'í World News Service. Remembering 'Abdu'l-Baha's Call for Unity, a Century after World War I (2018). Collection of newspaper articles and photographs of Abdu'l-Bahá, on the general theme of unity in the face of war.
  100. Austin Wright. (Report to the) American Oriental Society / A New Prophet (1851). First paper on Bábí history, from a letter to the American Oriental Society, published in multiple newspapers, including translation into German. Includes preface by Steven Kolins.
  101. Reviews: The Philosophical Year and the Bábys (1869). Brief review of the recently-published scholarship of Gobineau and Kazem-Beg, with an overview of Bábí theology and social teachings.
  102. Shirin Ebadi: A collection of newspaper articles (2003). Articles about the winner of the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize who has championed the rights of the Bahá'í community.
  103. Austin Wright. Steven Kolins. Short Chapter in the History of Bâbeeism in Persia, A (1853). Letter to the American Oriental Society recounting the continuation of Bábísm and attack on the Shah. Follow-up to Wright's first report on Bábí history, from June 1851.
  104. Short Takes (1986). Brief reports on various topics, mostly related to politics or then-current news, published in 5 issues of dialogue magazine.
  105. Reza Afshari. Slice of Persia in the Heart of Israel, A: Followers of the Baha'i Faith Are Persecuted at Home but Welcomed Abroad (2021). Brief reflections by a Muslim professor of history on the experience of visiting the Bahá'í World Centre in Haifa, and on the plight of Bahá'ís in Iran.
  106. Todd Fertig. Small in Number, Big in Faith (2020). Overview of the Bahá'í Faith and its activities in Kansas, and interview with Duane Herrmann.
  107. Ted Slavin. There are rifts, but we have so much in common (2011). Unity of religions, and a review of Harold Rosen's book Founders of Faith: The Parallel Lives of God's Messengers.
  108. Moshe Gilad. 'This Place Has a Major Historical Value Since Prophet Elijah. How Can They Do This?' (2023). An Israeli army base is set to be vacated in Haifa's Stella Maris area, which houses a Carmelite monastery and a Bahá'í holy site. Residents are horrified at the idea of turning such a rich historical site into housing.
  109. Geoffrey Cameron. Threatening Agenda, A: Iran's Shameful Denial of Education to its Bahá'í Community (2008). Iranian government hardliners promote a coordinated and threatening agenda aimed at suffocating the Bahá'í community; Iran’s actions to block an entire community from education indicate sinister intentions that should not be ignored.
  110. Throndhjems borgerlige Realskoles (1852). 1852 report in Norwegian on assassination attempt of the Sháh.
  111. Mahmud Jamal. Top Court Appointee a Model of Diversity (2021). Brief bio of Mahmud Jamal, the judge "poised to be the first person of colour on the Supreme Court of Canada."
  112. Mohammad Khatami. Transcript of interview with Iranian President Mohammad Khatami (1998). Khatami praises American civilization, defends Iran and Islam, and laments the 'confrontation between religion and liberty which is to the detriment of religion, liberty, and the human beings who deserve to have both'; no mention of Baha'i.
  113. Christopher Buck. Trial of The Yaran ("Friends in Iran"): Six Essays (2009). Six essays by Buck from a legal perspective about the extended imprisonment of seven Bahá'í leaders in Tehran.
  114. Christopher Buck. Trial of the Yaran under Iranian Criminal Procedure: “The Justice of God” or Procedural Injustice?, The: Iranian Islam, not the Yaran, on trial in the court of international opinion (2010). Two essays about legal issues associated with the 2009-2010 trial of the Yaran, the former informal group of leaders of the Bahá'í community of Iran.
  115. Mario Robalo. Tribunais egipcios condenam baha'is a pesadas penas (1988). Clip from a Portuguese newspaper. Egyptian courts rules heavy sentences for Bahá'ís
  116. Ted Slavin. True wealth isn't something you will find in your wallet (2010). Contrasting consumerism with the needs of others.
  117. Kofi Annan. Sahba Sobhani, ed. United Nations and the Bahá'ís, The: An Interview with Kofi Annan (1999). Annan's vision for the institution of the U.N., and mentions of the Bahá'ís in Iran.
  118. Ted Slavin. Unity of Messengers (2009). Messengers from all the major religions come from the same source; accepting this unity helps us recognize how much needless conflict in the world is based on religious prejudice and misunderstanding.
  119. Ted Slavin. We are overdue to honour our end of our covenant with God (2010). Overview of the meanings of the Covenant, from a personal perspective.
  120. Ted Slavin. We can do without fences built by prejudice (2011). Just as a windstorm knocks down fences, struggles can unite strangers and overcoming barriers will improve communities.
  121. Ted Slavin. We shouldn't occupy ourselves with the faults of others (2010). Bahá'ís are encouraged to speak well of others, avoid back-biting, and follow the examples of the Manifestations and Abdu'l-Bahá.
  122. Hussein Ahdieh. What Did They Die For? (2019). Reflections on the Bahá'ís of Iran, the discrimination and brutality they have faced, and how their plight brought the faith out of obscurity.
  123. Gleibys L. Buchanan. What Do Bahá'ís Believe about Gender? (2011). Bahá'ís believe that gender equality must be manifested as a social reality.
  124. Ted Slavin. What does a Baha'i look like? Look around you (2011). What distinguishes Bahá'ís and Bahá'í culture.
  125. Ted Slavin. What is the Iranian government so afraid of? (2011). The value of education, and the forced closing of the Bahá'í Institute for Higher Education in Iran.
  126. Said Zafar. When Saddam Hussein's Number Comes Up (1991). Brief article on the history and symbolism of the number 19, with mention of the Bahá'ís and Saddam Hussein's tolerance of religious minorities.
  127. WIPO Domain Name Dispute: Case D2001-1302, "bahaiwomen.com" (2001). A legal ruling finding, on behalf of the Bahá'ís, that unauthorized use of the domain bahaiwomen.com is a trademark infringement. Followed by a newspaper article from Newsbytes, "Bahá'í Organization Bests Speculator In Domain Dispute."
  128. World Bank's meeting with the world's religions (1998). Five articles on the dialogue for broadening "opportunities for common understanding and action in tackling the critical issue of global poverty" include discussion of Bahá'í involvement in the conference.
  129. Ted Slavin. Younger Generation Has Always Had the Power to Reshape Our World, The (2010). Young people have a great potential to shape society. Youth trained to lead junior youth groups are called "animators"; they can help guide activist potential to achieving positive effect.
  130. Ted Slavin. Youths of today can make a difference, if we let them (2010). If given opportunity to, teens want to be helpful in their community, not just be "cool."
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