Day Heisinger-Nixon

Day Heisinger-Nixon is a poet, interpreter, and translator. Raised in an ASL–English bilingual household in Fresno, CA, they hold an MA in Deaf Studies: Cultural Studies from Gallaudet University and are an MFA candidate in Creative Writing: Poetry at New England College. Their work has appeared or is forthcoming in Ugly Duckling Presse’s Second Factory, […]

Eleanor Davey

Eleanor Davey is a historian of humanitarianism and activism. Her book Idealism beyond Borders: The French Revolutionary Left and the Rise of Humanitarianism, 1954–1988 was published in 2015. Find her on Twitter @EleanorDavey.

Baher Azmy

Baher Azmy is Legal Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Ruth Berins Collier

Ruth Berins Collier is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.

Jake Grumbach

Jake Grumbach is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington. Find him on Twitter @JakeMGrumbach.

Bongani Madondo

Bongani Madondo is a cultural theorist, race matters critic, public arts curator, and journalist by training.The author most recently of Sigh, the Beloved County: Rock n Roll & Other Stories, a collection of memoirs, travelogues, long form narrative and essays. His books include Hot Type: Artists, Icons & God-Figurines (2007), portraits on African iconic figures […]

John Summers

John Summers is a historian in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Sara Matthiesen

Sara Matthiesen is Assistant Professor of History at George Washington University and author of Reproduction Reconceived: Family Making and the Limits of Choice after Roe v. Wade.

Annie Howard

Annie Howard is a freelance writer and housing organizer based in Chicago.

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson is Distinguished Professor of World Religions at Harvard Divinity School and author most recently of Walking to Pencarrow: Selected Poems, The Paper Nautilus, and Coincidences.