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TITLEThe Bahá'í "Pupil of the Eye" Metaphor: Promoting Ideal Race Relations in Jim Crow America
AUTHOR 1Christopher Buck
VOLUMEchapter 1
TITLE_PARENTThe Bahá'í Faith and African American History
PUB_THISLexington Books
ABSTRACTOn the notable contribution to promoting ideal race relations in Jim Crow America by the Bahá'í Faith which, though small in number, was socially significant in its concerted efforts to foster and advance harmony between the races.
NOTES This PDF has been combined from three sources, resulting in different page sizes.

See also Buck's chapter 3 in this book, Alain Locke on Race, Religion, and the Bahá'í Faith, and Introduction.

TAGS- Metaphors and allegories; Pupil of the eye (metaphor); Race; Race amity; Race unity; United States (documents)
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