This is an insight written by Ashli Taylor on a screening of the film Changing the World, One Wall at a Time, hosted by the Bahá’í Chair for World Peace. Continue reading
This post was written by Ashli Taylor as reflection on her time as an intern with the Bahá’í Chair for World Peace. Continue reading
This piece was written by Emily Gorey, the Bahá’í Chair for World Peace’s Marketing Specialist. Continue reading
A Book for Our Times
The white working class – this demographic group claimed center stage in American political discourse over the past year. I often see them dismissed as backwards, uneducated conservatives. Alternatively, we offer trite solutions for their plight without fully comprehending the problem. Continue reading
This is an insight written by Esther Kaufman on the lecture given by Mrs. May Rihani as part of the Bahá’í Chair for World Peace series on Women and Peace.
The Impact of Examples
Mrs. May Rihani’s lecture, “Sexism, Gender Roles and Their Intersection with Power”, shed light on the broad range of issues surrounding sexism and gender bias around the world. Continue reading