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Nurturing Younger Generations is a companion video to A Widening Embrace, an innovative documentary film commissioned by the Universal House of Justice about the community-building efforts of the Baha’i world, as seen through the eyes of local populations.
Across the globe, followers of Baha’u’llah and their friends are striving in earnest to contribute to the well-being of their communities and the advancement of society. In this short film, we hear about how advanced clusters are collaborating with other clusters and how everyone is learning together, in a spirit of humility.
Approximate running time: 6 minutes.
The Baha’i World Centre also released two other extras which you can watch here:
Find out more about these companion video from this Baha’i World News Service article: https://news.bahai.org/story/1286/
You can watch A Widening Embrace here: https://www.bahai.org/widening-embrace/
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