Ambassador Sam Brownback on the Lack of Concern for Religious Persecution Abroad

Sarah Stewart on January 24, 2024

Sam Brownback, former Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom (as well as the former Governor and U.S. Senator from Kansas) spoke recently with an in-person audience at the Institute on Religion & Democracy offices in Washington, D.C. about contemporary issues of religious persecution around the world.

Covering China, India, Nigeria, and the United States, Ambassador Brownback made the case that religious identity must be taken more seriously by the American diplomatic establishment.

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