BahaiTeachings.org’s new arts editor Shadi Toloui-Wallace talks with artist, philosopher, and social justice advocate Leili Towfigh about beauty, ceramics and her Baha’i-inspired vision of a world where racial unity conquers hatred.

Choreographer, performance artist and holistic healer Tatiana Zamir explains why more than 300 million people suffer from depression around the world—and why she does, too. With alcoholic and drug-addicted parents,...

“It is certain,” the Baha’i teachings say, “that in this wonderful new age the development of medical science will lead to the doctors’ healing their patients with foods.” Those words...

Jessica Kemejuk—actress, spiritual seeker, and new Baha’i—grew up in Los Angeles, where she suffered from bullying and racism because of her mixed-race, half-Japanese and half-Russian ethnicity. In a journey to...

Syda Segovia Taylor—a community development and social justice advocate—has worked with high-profile non-profit organizations for the last two decades, bringing resources to black and Latino communities. Taylor exposes the racism,...

Vocal soloist, composer and choral director Van Gilmer puts Baha’u’llah’s Unity prayer to music: O my God! O my God! Unite the hearts of Thy servants and reveal to them...

Masud Olufani, an artist from Atlanta, and Maya Mansour, a model from Chicago, talk with Payam Zamani, Editor-in-chief at BahaiTeachings.org, about racism, immigration and why the wounds of racism take...