Erica Smiley

Erica Smiley is the executive director of Jobs With Justice. A long-time organizer and movement leader, Smiley has been spearheading strategic organizing and policy interventions for Jobs With Justice for nearly fifteen years, serving in numerous leadership capacities including campaigns director and as senior field organizer for the southern region. Smiley co-authored The Future We […]

Harmony Goldberg

Harmony Goldberg is the Director or Praxis at the Grassroots Power Project. She has been providing political education and strategic facilitation for social movements in the United States for more than twenty-five years. She cut her teeth in California’s youth and student movement in the 1990s, where she helped to found and lead SOUL, the School […]

Catalina Bartlett

Catalina Bartlett’s fiction has appeared in Aster(ix) Journal and twice has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is currently at work on Comadres: Stories and a novel, When Fabiola Came Home. Her writing draws from her matrilineal family history and early life along the southern Colorado–northern New Mexico corridor. She teaches at Michigan State University.

Payton Croskey

Payton Croskey is a member of Princeton University’s class of 2023. She is a visual artist and tech justice scholar writing, coding and designing a liberatory future for all who refuse to submit to technology’s watchful eye. Pursuing a degree in African American Studies and a minor in Computer Science, Payton’s research seeks to uncover […]

Kenia Hale

Kenia Hale graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in Computing and the Arts with an Architecture concentration. Kenia is interested in environmental justice, racial justice, and the implications of big tech and surveillance on communities of color, especially across the midwest. As a CITP Emerging Scholar, Kenia is interested in either continuing her […]

Oliver Bullough

Oliver Bullough is author of Moneyland: Why Thieves and Crooks Now Rule the World and How to Take It Back, The Last Man in Russia, and Let Our Fame Be Great, which was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize and won the Cornelius Ryan Award. Bullough is a writer for the Guardian, and his work has been published […]

Lori Gruen

Lori Gruen is the William Griffin Professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University.

M. Andler

M. Andler is the Louise M. Olmsted Fellow for Ethics in the Department of Philosophy at Lafayette College. Andler specializes in ethics, social ontology, and LGBTQIA+ philosophy.

Alice Crary

Alice Crary is University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Liberal Studies, and Gender & Sexuality Studies at the New School for Social Research. Her most recent book is Inside Ethics: On the Demands of Moral Thought.

David Hogg

David Hogg is an activist and survivor of the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida. He is a lead organizer for the March For Our Lives Movement and coauthor of #NeverAgain: A New Generation Draws the Line.