Cristian Salazar is a Brooklyn-based writer, investigator, and journalist whose work has been published by The Associated Press, The Daily Beast and The Washington Post. He is currently a fellow with Sentient Media, an independent news organization that reports on animal rights. Follow him on Twitter: @cstelegram.
Shari Silberstein is the executive director of Equal Justice USA, a national organization working to transform the justice system by promoting trauma-informed responses to violence.
Tania Unzueta is the policy director at Mijente, the political, digital and grassroots hub for Latinx and Chicanx organizing and movement building.
Stephanie Russell-Kraft is a freelance reporter focused on the intersections of religion, culture, gender and the law. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic,, Vice, AlterNet, Refinery 29, Fusion and Jezebel. Follow her on Twitter @srussellkraft.
Daniel Wolk, M.D., is on the faculty of the Bryn Mawr Family Medicine Residency Program and Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Philadelphia and Thomas Jefferson University and is a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility Philadelphia.
Chelli Stanley is a freelance journalist of African, Japanese and European descent, has traveled widely and volunteered with many cultural empowerment initiatives.
Eric Pape has been the deputy editor of Honolulu Civil Beat, an international correspondent for Newsweek and Spin magazines, and a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times, Foreign Policy and the Daily Beast. He is a freelance writer and editor, and an adjunct instructor at USC’s Annenberg School. Follow him on Twitter @ericpape.
Daniel Fisher is a doctoral candidate researching the impacts of political violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo on childhood development. Follow him on Twitter: @_danielfisher.
Kira Lerner is a staff reporter at The Appeal and is based in Washington, D.C. She is currently a Lipman Fellow at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Natalie Sauer reports for Climate Home News. She has contributed to a variety of international outlets, including Politico Europe, AFP and The Ecologist. French and British, she holds a languages degree from Cambridge University and speaks Spanish, German and a smattering of Russian.