I was deeply gratified by the dozens of responses I received encouraging me to reprint this pamphlet. It is a non-threatening yet profound way to open hearts to the need for race unity and some ways to go about achieving it.
If you’ve forgotten what it says, click on the picture or this link and click on the 2nd & 3rd picture at Baha’i Resource. You should be able to read the full text on a monitor.
It is scheduled to arrive this afternoon, so go ahead and order. I’ll get it out this week so you will have it ready to mail to friends or give out at events.
My NEW No Room for Prejudice Yard Signs have been shipped, but with Covid-19 messing up flights, it may be another week before they arrive. To encourage you to go ahead and order, I’ve kept the original $14.95 price until the new ones actually arrive. Then, because of increased costs, the price will be $19.95. Grab them on sale while you can, but order them separately or the rest of your order may be delayed. They can ship 1st class, so pay attention to your shipping options.
The new World Citizen side is deep blue instead of black. It really looks good.
Available at a pre-publication price!
Melanie Mouzoon sent me a picture of a popular yard sign that said “In This House We Believe…” followed by some wonderful slogans. But Baha’is have their own principles to share, and a unique perspective. So I created this two-sided yard sign cover in consultation with about 50 of my best friends on Face Book. I think what we came up with will please you.
As I said, these are yard sign COVERS. They are made of fabric, like a big pillow case that slides over an existing yard sign or sign frame (not included).
Also, these are still in production. Buy now at $14.95, or wait till they arrive in Early July and pay $19.95. Please order them separately or it will delay the rest of your order.
One side has more social principles, while the other is more religiously oriented. You can face either side out, or put it perpendicular to the sidewalk so both sides are visible. One side has bahai.us and the other bahai.org. The smaller type means it is designed for walk-by or very slow drive-by neighborhoods.
If you aren’t ready to let people know you are Baha’i, you have two options: buy our interfaith version, or simply fold the bottom edge up and tape or pin it like a large hem. That way you can still use it for Baha’i displays later. It is extra-long so it will still cover up whatever yard sign or frame you pull it over.
I have not found an affordable source for custom masks, but Diane Broussard sent me this photo. When I asked if the stickers restricted the air flow, she said, “Locations at ends of mask (cheeks) didn’t seem restrict on this particular mask which I’ve worn several times, but only hour or two at time. May depend on type of mask.”
Feel free to try this. The new Baha’i “No Room” stickers are smaller than both the old ones and the current interfaith ones, and might work even better.