In Spite of All Barriers
Teaching in South Africa with Lowell Johnson
Product Code: ISAB
Publisher: One Voice Press, LLC
Size:  8.50 X 5.50 Inches
Availability: In stock.
In South Africa, during the harsh years of Apartheid between the years of 1948 and the 1990s, racial discrimination was at its peak. Gathering together was restricted, and certain meetings between Blacks and Whites were forbidden. Under the strictures of culture and government, though, people of different races were finding ways to collaborate for social and spiritual betterment. Author and translator Robert Mazibuko, a black South African, shares his personal accounts of teaching the Bahá'í Faith in South Africa, in partnership with Lowell Johnson, a white American. In Spite of All Barriers offers insight into how people working in unity can effect great change.