Andrea Adomako, Ph.D. Candidate, African American Studies, Northwestern University.
Kesi Amandia Augustine, Ph.D. Candidate, English, New York University/Contact
Samira Abdur-Rahman, Postdoctoral Fellow, Frederick Douglass Institute, University of Rochester
Nishaun Battle, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Virginia State University.
Traci Baxley, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum, Culture, and Educational Inquiry, Florida Atlantic University
Felicia Bevel, Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies, Brown University.
Lauren Booker, Ph.D. Candidate, Psychology, Howard University.
Cameron Brickhouse, Ph.D. Candidate, Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania/Contact
Tamara Butler, Assistant Professor of Critical Literacies, Michigan State University.
Cara Byrne, Ph.D. Candidate, English, Case Western Reserve
Katherine Capshaw, Associate Professor, English, University of Connecticut Storrs
Miya Carey, Ph.D. Candidate, US History, Rutgers University/Contact
Kelli Coles, MA student, Department of History, University of Delaware
Lauren Cross, Ph.D. Candidate, Multicultural Women’s Studies, Texas Women’s University/Contact
Allison Curseen, Assistant Professor, English, Baruch College, CUNY
Amira Rose Davis, Ph.D. Candidate, US History, Johns Hopkins University/Contact
Erica Edwards, Ph.D. Candidate, Georgia State University.
Cara Elliot, Ph.D. Candidate, History, William and Mary
Erika Edwards, Assistant Professor of Colonial Latin America, UNC Charlotte
Tracy Fessenden, Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Arizona State University
Abosede George, Associate Professor, African History and Africana Studies, Barnard College
Aria Halliday, Assistant Professor of Africana Feminisms, University of New Hampshire
Christopher Hayashida-Knight, Ph.D. Candidate, History, Penn State
Sacha Hepburn, DPhil Student, History, St. Anthony’s College, University of Oxford
Rhian Keyse, Ph.D. Candidate, African History, University of Exeter/Contact
Shenila S. Khoja-Moolji, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania.
Wilma King, Arvarh Strickland Professor of African American History and Culture, University of Missouri
Jeanne Klein, Emerita, Department of Theater, University of Kansas
Lisa Rose Lamson, Ph.D. Candidate, Marquette University
Tanesha Leathers, Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies, University of Maryland
Eva Lupold, Ph.D. Candidate, Childhood Studies, Rutgers/Contact
Helena McAllister, MA Candidate, Africana and Women’s Studies, Clark Atlanta University.
Sherell McArthur, Assistant Professor of Eduction, University of Georgia-Athens.
Erin Moore, Postdoctoral Fellow, Buffett Institute for Global Studies, Northwester University.
Lena Oak Suk, Latin American History, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Katie Orlemanski, PhD Candidate in Cultural Anthropology, Rutgers University
Okezi Otovo, Assistant Professor, Latin American History, Florida International University
Tammy Cherelle Owens, Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies, University of Minnesota; Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia/Contact
Stacey Patton, Assistant Professor of Multimedia Journalism, School of Global Journalism & Communication, Morgan State University.
Jamie Petts, Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology, Oregon State University
Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Postdoctoral Fellow, Case Western Reserve University
Darlene Anita Scott, artist, Richmond, Virginia.
Brenda Stevenson, Professor, US History, University of California Los Angeles
Lena Oak Suk, Latin American Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Lynn M. Thomas, Professor, African History, University of Washington
Alison Thompson, Ph.D. Candidate, Social Justice in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Courtney Moore Taylor, Assistant Professor of History, Social and Behavioral Sciences Program, Santa Fe College
Colleen Vasconcellos, Associate Professor, Caribbean History, University of West Georgia
Dara Walker, Ph.D. Candidate, US History, Rutgers/Contact
Crystal Webster, Ph.D. Candidate, Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Cari Williams Maes, Instructor, Latin American History, Oregon State University