LinksWikipedia - Baha'i Faith and Native Americans
Wikipedia - Baha'i Faith and Native Americans Very well written with lots of information and history about Native American Bahais - Native Bahais from the United States (North America), South America and Canada.
Baha'i Library Online
Baha'i Library Online - Searchable library of Baha'i resources, articles, papers, compilations, multimedia, provisional translations, biographies, poetry and more. Online for 16 years it is the best resource for anything related to the Baha'i Faith. The owner and editor is Jonah Winters. (My paper "Many Messengers of God, A Native American Perspective: Deganwidah the Peacemaker" is in Baha'i Library Online.)
Kevin Locke - Native American Baha'i - FLute Player and Hoop Dancer - Winner of Nammy and Vox Populi Awards
Dr Christopher Buck - my mentor, my friend and my brother - the following are links to his work for Native people:
- Native Messengers of God in Canada: A test case for Bahá'i universalism
- "Bureau of Indian Affairs." Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society
- Native Messengers of God on North America Revisited: An Exegesis of 'Abdu'l-Bahá's Tablet to Amí́r Khán - Co-Authored with Dr. Donald Addison (a Choctaw Baha'i).
- "Never Again" Kevin Grover's Apology for the Bureau of Indian Affairs published in Wicazo Sa Review
- Dr. Buck's Native American Heritage Day presentation on Kevin Grover's B.I.A. apology
- "Remarks of Kevin Gover, Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs: Address to Tribal Leaders"(8 September 2000). This rare video was obtained by Dr. Buck from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. It took two years of red tape to get it.
- Bahá'i Universalism and Native Prophets
Native American Baha'is on FaceBook
Native American Baha'is on FaceBook - This space is for Native Americans who are Baha'is and all others interested in related topics. Everyone is welcome to suggest relevant content and offer support . Please do not post pictures or content that is not related or spiritual in nature.
Native American Baha'i Institute - NABI
The Native American Bahá'i Institute (NABI) - located on the Navajo (Diné) Reservation in Arizona. It is one of five permanent schools, located across the United States.
Bahai World News Service - Baha'i International Community
Bahá'í Topics - an information resource of the Baha’i International Community is a Web site that represents the official presence of the Bahá'í Faith on the World Wide Web. It is sponsored by the Office of Public Information of the Bahá'í International Community.
One Country - the on-line newsletter of the Baha’i International Community
Baha'i International Community United Nations Office
Baha’i Blog is a project which aims to create a cosy little nook in the blogosphere for Baha’is and friends of the Faith alike. As Baha’is, we all know what it’s like to live with an awareness that you truly do have family (spiritual, if not biological) all over the world. This blog aims to mirror that by creating an online community around the Baha’i Faith and connecting people from all over the world.
Baha'i Prayers in many languages including many Native languages
Baha'i History of the Caribbean 1920-1984
Maps, Islands, National Spiritual Assemblies 1967 - 1984, articles and more. Note: From July to October 1969, Hazel Lovelace, a Tlingit Baha'i from Alaska went to Barbados to share the Message of Baha'u'llah. She is mentioned in the Barbados page.