The Nation’s president from 1998 to 2016, with responsibility for the day to day operations of the magazine, Teresa is a founder of The Nation’s educational travel program. Developed to raise money in support of our journalism, she worked to expand the program from an annual seminar cruise (now in its 20th year) to include trips to a growing list of worldwide destinations, hosting thousands of Nation supporters on memorable journeys curated for progressive travelers. Teresa has personally hosted multiple Nation educational trips to Cuba and led our inaugural trip to Russia in 2016.
Peter Kornbluh is a longtime Nation contributor and serves as the director of the Cuba Documentation Project at George Washington University’s National Security Archive. He is the author of several books on Cuba, including the recently published Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations Between Washington and Havana.
George Black, former foreign editor of The Nation, is a British-born journalist, author, editor, and consultant, who has lived and worked in New York City since 1981. His career has also included senior positions with international human rights organizations (Human Rights Watch and the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) and numerous books on a wide range of topics from China and Central America to fly-fishing, the environment, and the American West. He has written extensively on Vietnam (most recently The New Yorker’s “The Vietnam War is Still Killing People” and The Nation’s “The Lethal Legacy of the Vietnam War”) and traveled throughout Asia over several decades. His next book, his eighth, an account of his travels on the Ganges in India and Bangladesh, will be published by St. Martin’s Press in 2018.