Race Unity Action

A resource site to inspire action on the most vital and challenging issue

"Forging a path to racial justice" NSA Statement to the American People on the Elimination of Racial Prejudice.

"The Bahá’ís of the United States join our fellow-citizens in heartfelt grief at the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others whose lives were suddenly taken by appalling acts of violence. These heartbreaking violations against fellow human beings, due only to the color of their skin, have deepened the dismay caused by a pandemic whose consequences to the health and livelihoods of people of color have been disproportionately severe. This has come to pass against a backdrop of long standing racial injustice in virtually every aspect of American life. It is clear that racial prejudice is the most vital and challenging issue we face as a country.

Yet, amidst these tragedies, there are also signs of hope." ... (read more)

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How are you taking action?

The Baha'i view is that racial prejudice, while baneful and pernicious, is but one "symptom and side effect of the basic disease—disunity." True unity, founded on the "Oneness of Humanity," expressed in varied and diverse ways within the framework of action is the only long-term cure to this ill. Each individual must investigate this truth and how to embody its reality.

Share your activities, stories and resources —
and help inspire others to take action!

A selection of submissions will be posted under
Ideas for Action and Resources

June 2020 NSA Statement to the American People on the Elimination of Racial Prejudice (download here)

How to use this site

The goal of this site is to empower all of us, as individuals and as a community, to make a distinctive Baha'i contribution to the process of social transformation underway in our country.

  • Explore the site with your Baha'i community, study circle, or with a group of friends interested in racial unity

  • Choose stories, videos, books or other resources to read or view together

  • Decide on simple steps you can take individually or with a group

  • Share what you did and what you learned using the link above, so that your experience can serve to inspire others