Taking as its focus the years 1898–1921, Champions of Oneness portrays the lives of a handful of brilliant pioneers of race amity in the United States who gave everything they could to promote the principle of the oneness of humanity. The thread common among each of their lives was the Baha'i Faith. Many of them had the fortune of meeting 'Abdu'l-Baha, and would place His guidance and loving counsel at the center of their efforts. At great personal sacrifice, these early Baha'is traveled extensively to share the teachings of their new found Faith, and often were faced with severe challenges from those who were resistant to change.
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Janet Ruhe-Schoen is the author of a number of books, including A Love Which Does Not Wait (Palabra, 1998), and Rejoice in My Gladness (Baha'i Publishing, 2011). She lived in Santiago, Chile for a number of years, where she worked as an investigative environmental reporter and also wrote on arts and culture. In 1993 she moved back to the U.S. and began reporting for magazines and newspapers in New York State, where she now resides. She is also an artist, vocalist, and actress.
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