December 5, 2019
These days, when policy questions of epochal magnitude face governments everywhere and the constitutional order in a number of countries faces grave crises, my thoughts turn often to Baha'u'llah's counsels to the world's legislators.
In his remarkable Tablet to Queen V...
October 8, 2019
A couple of weeks ago at an interesting forum hosted by the SC Human Affairs Commission and the SC Collaborative for Race and Reconciliation, seated next to the Vice-Chair of the Waccamaw Indian People, an African American state legislator, and an advocate for children...
April 27, 2018
Freedom of movement on one’s own two feet is a fundamental human right.
It was so basic to English common law that the Founders didn’t even bother to mention it in the Bill of Rights. (Oh, that and the pesky part about 20% of the non-Indian population being enslaved at...
UPCOMING: Pee Dee Author Expo
December 4, 2019
How's This for a Patriotic Display?
September 27, 2017
"Be Trustworthy among His Servants": Timely Advice to the World's Parliaments
UPCOMING: Book Talk in Columbia, SC
November 12, 2019
UPCOMING: Book Talks on Sidelines of SHA Conference in Louisville
November 4, 2019
Ewe Music: Making Sense out of a Complex World
October 22, 2019
a history of the baha'i faith in sc
african american heritage commission
carolina chocolate drops
civil rights movement
francis marion university
history and memory
ladysmith black mambazo
martin luther king
national register of historic places
new negro movement
no jim crow church
preservation south carolina
w.e.b. du bois
william h. johnson
world heritage sites