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  • Ross Kenneth Urken

    Ross Kenneth Urken is a New York-based journalist who has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, New York, National Geographic, Newsweek, The Atlantic, and The New Republic.

  • William Ralston

    William Ralston is a freelance journalist based in London, who writes for British GQ, The Nation, and Berlin Quarterly, among others. He also works as European managing editor for XLR8R Magazine, a leading voice is electronic music and technology.

  • Timothy Don

    Timothy Don is art editor at Lapham’s Quarterly and co-founder of the Oakland Book Festival.

  • Darius Gordon

    Darius Gordon is National Field Organizer at the Center for Popular Democracy Action. On Twitter: @khalil_202 @CPDAction.

  • Harry Campbell

    Harry Campbell’s illustrations appear in most major publications, including the New York Times Op-Ed page. He worked as an art director and designer in New York for many years prior to becoming an illustrator. He now lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland.

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  • Rowan Moore Gerety

    Rowan Moore Gerety is the author of Go Tell the Crocodiles: Chasing Prosperity in Mozambique. A regular contributor to NPR, he has written for The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, and The Guardian.

  • Joel Dodge

    Joel Dodge is a lawyer and contributor to the People’s Policy Project think tank. He tweets at @joeldodge07.

  • Cédric Gouverneur

    Cédric Gouverneur is a journalist.

  • Tim Hunt

    Tim Hunt is an artist currently living in Florida. He has an interest in illustration, comics, and printmaking. His work can be found at

  • Sasha Matthews

    Sasha Matthews (Wikipedia, Google, IMDB) is a cartoonist, activist, and 9th grader known for her Everyday Superheroes fund-raiser for the ACLU, her work with Microsoft, and as a guest on on NBC’s Little Big Shots. Questions? Ask my dad: