To Move the World
At the heart of the most challenging issue for the American Bahá'í community—the problem of obliterating racial prejudice—stands Louis George Gregory. A highly regarded teacher, writer, and lecturer throughout the first half of the century, Louis Gregory is a major historical figure. To Move the World recounts Louis Gregory's 42 years of service (1909-1951) for the Bahá'í Faith, examines social and racial forces at work in the United States during his lifetime and the dynamics shaping the American Bahá'í community as it struggled to eliminate racial prejudice.
Author: Gayle Morrison.
Format: softcover book, 399 pages.
Publisher: USA Bahá'í Publishing Trust, 1982, reprint 1995.