Robin White, a highly regarded New Zealand artist, is also a leading member of the Bahá'i faith. She and her family spent 17 years in the Pacific island nation of Kiribati as Bahá'i missionaries. White is seen here in 2006 with an award and a $7,500 grant from the Belgian Samii-Housseinpour Foundation, which encourages excellence by followers of the Bahá'i faith.
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Reference: 27 December 2006
Photograph by Lynda Feringa
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