Arthur Leonardo Duque offers as a contribution to deal with The Most Challenging Issue the empowerment of those interested in addressing it, with the methods of science (click image above), using as a context the lessons contained in the document titled Dealing with Racial Discrimination.
By Christopher Buck and Derik Smith (Claremont McKenna College). Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. (Published online: April 26, 2019.): https://bahai-library.com/buck_smith_robert_hayden
The Interracial ‘Bahá’í Movement’ and the Black Intelligentsia: The Case of W. E. B. Du Bois.
The Bahá’í ‘Race Amity’ Movement and the Black Intelligentsia in Jim Crow America: Alain Locke and Robert S. Abbott.
Alain Locke: Race Leader, Social Philosopher, Bahá’í Pluralist.
Special Issue: “Alain Locke: Dean of the Harlem Renaissance and Bahá’í Race-Amity Leader.” World Order 36.3 (2005): 7–36.
Alain Locke, “Alain Locke: Four Talks Redefining Democracy, Education, and World Citizenship.”
Edited and introduced by Christopher Buck and Betty J. Fisher. World Order 38.3 (2006/2007): 21–41.
Features four previously unpublished speeches by Alain Locke: “The Preservation of the Democratic Ideal” (1938 or 1939); “Stretching Our Social Mind” (1944); “On Becoming World Citizens” (1946). “Creative Democracy” (1946 or 1947). [Published in 2008.] See: https://bahai-library.com/buck_fisher_locke_talks.
American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies. Supplement XIV. Edited by Jay Parini. Farmington Hills, MI: Scribner’s Reference/The Gale Group, 2004. Pp. 195–219. (Released September 22, 2004.) See: https://bahai-library.com/buck_alain_locke_biography.