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Alicia Kuhl

Alicia Kuhl is the President of the Santa Cruz Homeless Union. She lives in her RV with her three children and works full time, although she is currently not working due to the coronavirus pandemic. Alicia was, alongside Deseire Quintero,
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Khalilah Ali

Khalilah Ali received her doctorate in Educational Studies with a focus on Literacy, Pedagogy, and Culture from Emory University, Masters in Middle and Secondary English Instruction and Bachelors in Literature and African American Studies from Georgia State University. She is
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Christina Heatherton

Christina Heatherton is an Assistant Professor of American Studies at Barnard College. She co-directs the Racial Capitalism Working Group, a project of the Center for the Study of Social Difference (CSSD), Columbia University. She is currently completing Making Internationalism: The
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Maggie Dickinson

Maggie Dickinson is an assistant professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at CUNY’s Guttman Community College. She is an anthropologist whose research and teaching focus on political economy, welfare policy, labor, food politics and social movements.
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Rhae Lynn Barnes

Rhae Lynn Barnes is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Princeton University and the leading expert on the history of amateur blackface minstrelsy. She is a historian, editor, and onscreen commenter specializing in the globalization of American
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Marc Wood Pierre

Marc Wood Pierre was born in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti. He is a Christian believer, a lawyer and a teacher. He was married and has lost his wife during the earthquake that devastated Haiti in January 2010. During the
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Ismael García Colón

Ismael García Colón is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the College of Staten Island and The Graduate Center, City University of New York. He is a historical and political anthropologist with interests in political economy, oral history, migration, farm labor,
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Mike Legaspi

Mike Legaspi is a Filipino-American activist and organizer for Migrante New York and BAYAN-USA. Having been a youth organizer in the past, Mike has developed a perspective that education must be culturally relevant, anti-colonial, and anti-imperialist. As a member of
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