Richard W. Thomas

Richard W. Thomas

Richard Thomas is Professor Emeritus of History at Michigan State University. He is author and coauthor of several books on race relations, the African American experience, and the Bah?'? Faith, including Understanding Interracial Unity: A Study of U.S. Race Relations, Life for Us is What We Make It: Building the Black Community in Detroit: 1915-1945, and Lights of the Spirit: Historical Portraits of Black Bah?'?s in North America, 1898-2000. He was one of the original twelve men who formed the Bah?'? Black Men's Gathering in 1987. He is presently a member of the Ann Arbor Bah?'? community.

Books by Richard W. Thomas

Anchor of Faith: The Enduring Spirit of the Black Men's Gathering
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978-1-61851-209-3

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Anchor of Faith: The Enduring Spirit of the Black Men's Gathering (ebook - ePub)
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Lights of the Spirit (eBook - ePub)
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978-1-61851-021-1

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The Story of the Baha'i Black Men's Gathering
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978-0-87743-360-6

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