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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 find someplace where she would be accepted for her whole self, she encountered and tried on many spiritual modalities, until she met a Baha'i. Then, she says, for her the Baha'i writings and prayers “resonated in this place that only truth does.” She witnessed the vibrancy, honesty and clarity of the Baha'i community, and decided to become a follower of Baha’u’llah. Watch and listen as Jessica explains what impelled her to walk that spiritual path. Listen to the podcast on SoundCloud.
Jessica Kemejuk is a Los Angeles native and an actress and producer. She's had the opportunity to collaborate with incredible people on the projects she's worked on, and has traveled around the world doing what she loves. She works in TV, film and commercials. When...