Portrait of Alejandro Varela

Alejandro Varela

Alejandro Varela (he/him) is based in New York. His work has appeared in The Point magazine, Boston Review, Harper’s Magazine, The Rumpus, Joyland Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, The Offing, Blunderbuss Magazine, Pariahs (an anthology, SFA Press, 2016), the Southampton Review,
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Black and white portrait of journalist and author Roberto Lovato

Roberto Lovato

Journalist and teacher Roberto Lovato is the author of Unforgetting: A Memoir of Revolution and Remembrance (Harper Collins), a book picked by the New York Times as an “Editor’s Choice” that the paper also hailed as “Groundbreaking.” Award-winning author Roberto
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Geo Maher

Geo Maher has previously taught at Vassar College, San Quentin State Prison, and the Venezuelan School of Planning in Caracas. He is the author of We Created Chavez, Decolonizing Dialectics, Building the Commune, and Spirals of Revolt (coming soon).

Kerbie Joseph

Kerbie Joseph is a first generation Haitian woman from Brooklyn, NY and a community organizer with the ANSWER  (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Coalition. Kerbie has been organizing since the age of 19 in NYC against police brutality, mass incarceration, housing insecurity and LGBTQTSTGNC oppression.

Derek Ford

Derek R. Ford is assistant professor of education studies at DePauw University, where he teaches and researches about how educational theory can contribute to revolutionary struggles. He’s written six books, including Communist Study: Education for the Commons and Politics and
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Curry Stephenson Malott

Curry Stephenson Malott is associate professor in the Department of eEducational Foundations and Policy Studies at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He’s the author of numerous books in the politics, psychology, and cultural aspects of education, including A History of
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Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb

Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb is Associate Professor of English at the University of Toronto, where she teaches postcolonial literature and theory and poetry. Her first book, Epidemic Empire (University of Chicago Press, 2021) uncovers the history behind the dead metaphor
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Nimmi Gowrinathan

Nimmi Gowrinathan is a writer, a scholar, and an activist. She is a Professor at the City College of New York, where she founded the Politics of Sexual Violence Initiative, a global initiative that draws on in-depth research to inform
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