One America Movement

Steven Harris

Senior Director of Academic Programs - Center on Faith and Justice, Georgetown University

Steven Harris is a faith-based public policy expert and scholar of American religious history. He previously spent several years on Capitol Hill building coalitions and working on domestic and international public policy issues at the intersection of religion, justice, and human dignity. In 2018, he testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs in a hearing entitled, "Protecting Civil Society, Faith-Based Actors, and Political Speech in Sub-Saharan Africa." His testimony focused on human rights, national security interests, and constricting civil society spaces in Sudan, Rwanda, and the DRC. In 2019, he spent time in South Korea producing a short documentary film on North Korean defectors and DPRK human rights violations. His most recent publications include chapter contributions to two edited volumes: For God So Loved the World: A Blueprint for Kingdom Diversity (B&H Academic, 2020), and The Oxford Handbook of Calvin and Calvinism (Oxford University Press, 2021). A Vanderbilt graduate, Steven holds an MDiv from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, an MA in religion from Yale, and an MA in religion from Harvard — where he is also teaching fellow and PhD candidate in American religious history and African American studies.

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