Roberto Sirvent is Professor of Political and Social Ethics at Hope International University in Fullerton, CA, where he serves as Chair of the Social Science Department. He also teaches regularly at Claremont School of Theology and Yale University’s Summer Bioethics Institute. Roberto earned an M.A. from Johns Hopkins University, a J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law, and a Ph.D from the London School of Theology in the UK. He has held appointments as a Visiting Scholar at Yale University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and the University of Copenhagen. Roberto has also served as guest editor of the American Philosophical Association’s Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy and managing editor of Perspectivas: The Journal of the Hispanic Theological Initiative. He is the founding editor of the Black Agenda Report Book Forum and is currently working on a book project called Abolitionist Ethics and Mutual Aid.