On a Significant Election: American Indian Woman Heads National Governing Body of the Baha'is of the U.S.
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Jacqueline Left Hand Bull and Suzanne Haldane
New York: Dutton, 1998.
Joye, a Lakota Baha'i, made the statement at our Convention Delegate's report last Friday about how significant the election of an American Indian to be the chairperson of our NSA is to the native community and passed on this link as evidence. Click over for the whole story. -gw
Jacqueline Left Hand Bull-Delahunt has been chosen as the first American Indian woman to head the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States.
Left Hand Bull-Delahunt, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, was brought up by traditional Lakota grandparents and parents. She became a member of the Baha'is more than 20 years ago.
"Lakota woman elected to head U.S. Baha'is' national assembly,"
Posted: June 11, 2007
by: David Melmer / Indian Country Today