Erin Rodewald

Erin Rodewald is a Los Angeles-based strategist, writer and researcher/editor specializing in foreign policy, international relations and American politics. With more than 20 years of communication experience, she has served as the press secretary for the president of the Los Angeles City Council and has provided strategic public relations council for public affairs, business-to-business and high tech clients. Erin served on the team that organized and executed the international events and initiatives commemorating the Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration. She is the co-owner of a high tech public relations firm and holds an MPP from Pepperdine University. Follow Erin on Twitter @EDRodewald.

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How Many Declarations Does It Take to Secure Religious Freedom?
How Many Declarations Does It Take to Secure Religious Freedom?

After centuries of declarations upholding the importance of religious freedom, why are we still issuing declarations?

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
Assailed Believers Remembered on International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Christian persecution is as real today as it’s ever been. Our brothers and sisters suffering it need protection and rescue. They also need prayer. The International Day of Prayer is meant to give that to them.

Slow Fade or Renewal of Spirit?
Slow Fade or Renewal of Spirit?

Is the liberal democratic order that has provided stability, prosperity, and freedom across the globe for the better part of 70 years in peril? Is America witnessing a slow fade of its core values, or is the country at a tipping point that will lead to a renewal of the spirit of liberty?

Sam Brownback religious freedom
Can Sam Brownback Elevate Religious Freedom within U.S. Foreign Policy?

Across the globe, people of faith are under assault. Sam Brownback, set to be the new US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, aims to help them.

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