Views from a Black Artist in the Century of Light
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de Souza, E. “Views from a Black Artist in the Century of Light”. The Journal of Bahá’í Studies, vol. 30, no. 3, May 2021, pp. 37-50, doi:10.31581/jbs-30.3.315(2020).

Abstract

Twelve years ago, while planning the funeral service for my father, an artist and author born in Philadelphia in 1937, I found within the pages of one of his journals a phrase that caught my eye: The Sorrow Songs. Beneath it were the words Steal Away, which he’d underlined three times....

https://doi.org/10.31581/jbs-30.3.315(2020)
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