• Cherisse Scott

    Cherisse Scott is the founder and CEO of SisterReach, currently the only reproductive justice organization in the state of Tennessee. She has worked as an educator, advocate and activist in the reproductive justice movement for nearly 10 years.   

  • Melissa N. Stuckey

    Melissa N. Stuckey is an assistant professor of history at the University of Oregon. She specializes in African-American political history and is completing a book on the black freedom struggle in Oklahoma.

  • Kat Aaron

    Kat Aaron is journalist and Alicia Patterson Fellow.

  • Kat Aaron

    Kat Aaron is a project editor at the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University.

  • Henry Aaron

    Henry J. Aaron is a Senior Fellow in the Economic Studies department at the Brookings Institution.

  • David Aaron

    Formerly deputy national security adviser during the Iran
    hostage crisis, David Aaron is a senior international adviser
    at Dorsey and Whitney LLP in Washington, D.C.

  • Maria Abascal

    Maria C. Abascal is a graduate student in sociology and public policy at Princeton University.

  • Emily Abel

    Emily K. Abel is a professor of health services and women's studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is author ofHearts of Wisdom : American Women Caring for Kin, 1850-1940 and Suffering in the Land of Sunshine:A Los Angeles Illness Narrative.

  • Lisa Abend

    Lisa Abend report from Spain for The Christian Science Monitor.

  • Lawrence Aber

    Lawrence Aber is professor of applied psychology and public policy at New York University and board chair of its new Institute on Human Development and Social Change.