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Rolando Rodriguez is a Los Angeles-born Salvadoran artist who studied Architecture at Columbia University in the City of New York.
Sanjukta Paul is Assistant Professor of Law at Wayne State University and author of the forthcoming book Solidarity in the Shadow of Antitrust: Labor and the Legal Idea of Competition.
Andrea Scoseria Katz is Associate Professor of Law at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis.
Zachary Manfredi is the Litigation and Advocacy Director at the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project.
Lin King is a writer from Taipei, Taiwan. She translates from Mandarin Chinese and Japanese. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Joyland, Asymptote, Public Books, and The Margins, among others, and has won the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize. She is an MFA candidate and instructor of undergraduate writing at Columbia University.
Stuart Streichler taught law and politics at the University of Washington, the University of California Santa Barbara, the University of Miami, and as a Fulbright scholar at Tohoku University in Japan. Author of Justice Curtis in the Civil War Era: At the Crossroads of American Constitutionalism, he is completing a project on presidential accountability.
Paul Gowder is Professor of Law at Northwestern University. His most recent book is The Rule of Law in the United States: An Unfinished Project of Black Liberation.
Lolita Stewart-White is a poet and filmmaker who lives and works in Miami. Her poems have appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Green Mountains Review, Iowa Review, and African American Review. She has received fellowships from Cave Canem, Palm Beach Poetry Festival, and The Sundance Screenwriters Lab. She is the winner of the Paris-American Poetry Prize. […]
Mie Inouye is Assistant Professor of Political Studies at Bard College. A political theorist and organizer, she has also written for Jacobin and The Forge.
Josephine Ishmon is a writer, editor, and advocate for the education and welfare of homeless youth. She earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the New School and is currently working on two novels. Her writing has received support from the New School, the Norman Mailer Writers Colony, and the Mellon Foundation.