In the 21st century, interfaith leaders must reimagine religious freedom to address social justice issues.
Sabrina Dent is the editor and contributing author of the book "African Americans and Religious Freedom:
New Perspectives for Congregations and Communities."
Sabrina E. Dent, DMin is a life-long advocate for human rights and social justice. She developed a stronger passion for humanity as a religious freedom advocate in 2015 when she became a BJC Fellow with the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty (BJC). Her doctoral dissertation project title was “Bridging the Gap of Race and Interfaith Relations: Connecting Humanity with Our Stories.” Recently, the Center for American Progress named her one of 21 Faith Leaders to watch in 2021. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Virginia Union University. Sabrina is a native of Petersburg, Virginia.
I'm committed to using my voice as an advocate for religious freedom for all and inclusive of all.
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- Tue, Jul 19Zoom Meeting