• Trinidad and Tobago Representation at the Regional Conference in Managua, Nicaragua

    January 2009

    First Row (front) L-R: Daren Johnson, Carolyn Johnson, Hyatali Ali, Shivani Maharaj

    Second Row L-R: ?, Phillipa Greenidge, Rinette Ramdhanie, Joseph Bunsee, Ann Marie Ramsahai, Tally Mohammed, Ganesh Ramsahai, Kathleen Farabi

    Third Row L-R: Tamara Nunes, Vincent Ramdhanie, ?, Kathryn Anderson, Hamid Farabi

    Fourth Row (top) L-R: Gregory Martin, Ruhiyyih Farabi, Ashmeed Edoo

    Missing from this picture: Bella Edoo

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For more than a century, Bahá'í communities around the globe have been working to break down barriers of prejudice between peoples and have collaborated with other like-minded groups to promote a model of a global society for the advancement of civilization, based on respect, dignity, spirituality and justice. At the heart of our belief is the conviction that humanity is a single people with a common destiny. In the words of Bahá'u'lláh, "The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens."


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