Paint the Change

Not A Crime

Paint The Change Art Gallery Join us this Saturday from 11am til dark at the Hillcrest Harvest Fest to view the Paint the Change Art Gallery. The Gallery features artwork from local students at 11 Little Rock schools. The students drew inspiration for their art from the Paint the Change …

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To Light A Candle

Not A Crime

Little Rock — On February 27th, local citizens will join in the launch of the international “Education is Not a Crime” campaign, with a screening of Maziar Bahari’s new documentary film, To Light a Candle to be held at the CALS Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock. The screening is …

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Yaran: Persecution of Baha’is in Iran

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For five years, seven Baha’i leaders (known as the Yaran) have been wrongly imprisoned in Iran. Their 20-year sentences are the longest given to any current prisoners of conscience in Iran. Their harshness reflects the Government’s resolve to oppress completely the Iranian Baha’i community, which faces a systematic, “cradle-to-grave” persecution that is among the …

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Ridvan Camping Trip 2013

Ridvan Camping Trip 2013

Members of five different Baha’i communities in Central Arkansas came together for a camping trip at Lake Sylvia in the Ouachita National Forest over the weekend of April 27-28, commemorating the Ninth Day of Ridvan holy day. The Festival of Ridvan was designated by Baha’u’llah as the “King of Festivals,” …

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Race Unity Day Celebration

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Gathered with friends, the Greater Little Rock Baha’i community celebrated Race Unity Day at Burns Park in North Little Rock with a Sunday picnic dedicated to love and unity between all the world’s races. Baha’u’llah, the Founder of the Baha’i Faith, implored people to “close your eyes to racial differences …

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Festival of Ridvan

The Greater Little Rock Bahá’í Community celebrated The Festival of Ridván on April 21st & 29th and May 2nd. Although the festival is twelve days long, observances are held on the first, ninth and twelfth days to commemorate the arrival of Bahá’u’lláh at the Garden of Ridván in Baghdad, His …

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