In 1958, she and her husband established a foundation to support projects in the developing world. She was also instrumental in providing early support for the New Era High School and the New Era
Austin was a pioneer in the civil rights movement, and in 1930 was the first African-American woman to graduate from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and the first African American woman to
Locke taught and lectured for more than forty years and worked to protect sacred Indian sites. She won a MacArthur Foundation fellowship for her lifelong work to preserve indigenous North American languages.
"he that was created by the light of Bahá"
The Beloved of Martys and the King of Martyrs were approximately nine and eleven years old. They served the Bab and He paid special attention to them. During the dinner their father turned to
Mirza Abu’l-Fadl was imprisioned on three different times.
"I believe with all my heart that He is the Master, and my greatest blessing in this world is that I have been privileged to be in His presence.”
Dr. Ugo Giachery headed the completion of the Shrine of the Bab in Haifa that was started by 'Abdu'l-Bahá; working closely with architect, William Sutherland Maxwell,. This project was directed by the head
His Highness had heard about the Bahá'í Faith from his brother but it wasn’t until he received the “Proclamation to the Kings” written by Bahá’u’lláh from Hand of the Cause Dr. Ugo Giachery
Thomas Breakwell's name will never be forgotten. His true gift to us lies in the sacred vision that he realized in his brief life. The brightness and purity of his faith will continue to