Born in Missouri in 1936, Don Cox joined the Black Panther Party one year after its founding in 1966. Appointed as the party’s field marshal, known as “D.C.,” he was inducted into the party’s high command as a member of its central committee and founded the party’s San Francisco office. In 1970, he helped open … Continued
Robert Howard is a husband, father, artist and builder in San Francisco, California. He was a juror in the trial of Dwayne Lee Johnson v. Monsanto during the summer of 2018. In October 2018, he wrote and publicly released a letter to the judge in that case protesting her tentative ruling to toss the jury’s … Continued
A member of Kochs Off Campus, Dee Maitland is a retired commercial banker, active volunteer and a Public Voices fellow with The OpEd Project.
Rebecca Tarlau is an assistant professor of education and of labor at the Pennsylvania State University.
Margaret Klein Salamon is the founder and executive director of The Climate Mobilization. In this role she has helped catalyze a burgeoning worldwide climate emergency movement. Margaret earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Adelphi University and also holds a BA in social anthropology from Harvard. Though she loved being a therapist, Margaret felt called … Continued
Maria De Jesus is an associate professor at American University and research fellow at Center on Health, Risk, and Society at the American University School of International Service.
Patrick Sullivan is San Diego Site Manager at the Bail Project, a national nonprofit organization on a mission to create a more just and equitable pretrial system in the United States by using a revolving bail fund to provide bail assistance on an unprecedented scale.