Amita Swadhin is a bicoastal educator, activist and storyteller whose experiences as a queer woman of color, daughter of immigrants, and survivor of child abuse directly inform her work.Read More
Sady Sullivan is Director of Oral History at the Brooklyn Historical Society where she initiated Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations, a public programming series and oral history project about mixed-heritage families, race, ethnicity, culture, and identity, infused with historical perspective.Read More
I am currently a doctoral student in cultural anthropology at the City University of New York Graduate Center, where I am doing collaborative research with former Lower East Side squatters for my dissertation research.Read More
Gabriel Daniel Solis is Project Coordinator of the Guantánamo Bay Oral History Project at the Columbia Center for Oral History. Before moving to New York City, Gabriel served as Project Coordinator at Refugio Center for Community Organizing, and as Associate Director of the Texas After Violence Project, a human rights organization in Austin that conducts oral history interviews with people directly affected by multiple forms of violence.
Maggie Schreiner is an MA candidate in Archives and Public History at NYU. As an academic and activist, she is interested in the creation of historical memory in organizing for social justice.Read More
Virginia Raymond, J.D., Ph.D., is an oral historian, archival researcher, and policy analyst who works with the disability rights group ADAPT of Texas; La Peña, a Latina/o arts organization; and the Texas Jail Project.Read More