World Unity Conference

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The World Unity Conferences were a series of Bahá'í sponsored conferences to promote World Unity. There was also a World Unity magazine. Both appear to have been short-lived.

World Unity Conferences[edit]

  • October 22–24, 1926, Buffalo, N.Y.
  • Promoting the Oneness of Mankind: Cleveland, November 26–28, 1926.
  • Create Harmony and Understanding Among Religions, Races, Nations and Classes: Morrison Hotel, Chicago, January 21–23, 1927.
  • Create Harmony and Understanding Among Religions, Races, Nations and Classes: Portsmouth, N.H., February 18–21, 1927.
  • Promoting the Oneness of Mankind: New York, February 25–27, 1927.
  • Create Harmony and Understanding Among Religions, Races, Nations and Classes: Hotel Taft, New Haven, March 25, 26, 27, 1927.
  • Create Harmony and Understanding Among Religions, Races, Nations and Classes: Montreal 1927, April 19, Ritz Carlton Hotel, April 30, McGill University, May 1, Church of the Messiah.
  • Create Harmony and Understanding Among Religions, Races, Nations and Classes: Hotel Bond, Hartford, CT June 1–3, 1927.

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