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Janice Cohn

Janice Cohn is a psychotherapist and writer. She is the author of The Christmas Menorahs: How a Town Fought Hate (Whitman, 1995), which recounts the true story of events that took place in Billings, Montana, during the 1993 holiday season. For information about her professional background, visit www.drjanicecohn.com .
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Marilyn Vogel

Marilyn Vogel, Ph.D. is a science educator and course designer at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. She enjoys reading science philosophy, playing various fretted musical instruments, and studying ballet. Her writing on science, education, and the environment appears sporadically on academic and non-academic platforms. She has recently matriculated in an environmental chaplaincy training program offered through the Sati Center for Buddhist studies.
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Holly Lebowitz Rossi

Holly Lebowitz Rossi is a freelance writer and editor who has covered religion, health and yoga for more than two decades. She is co-author of the forthcoming book The Yoga Effect: A Proven Practice for Depression and Anxiety . She lives in Arlington, Massachusetts, with her husband and 8-year-old son.
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Sarah-SoonLing Blackburn

Sarah-SoonLing Blackburn is a professional development trainer with Teaching Tolerance. Sarah has experience teaching at both the secondary and elementary levels and in 2011 was named Teacher of the Year at Lakeside Upper Elementary School in Lake Village, Arkansas. As a teacher educator, her areas of focus have included classroom culture, learning environments, and diversity, equity and inclusiveness. Sarah has an MA in Social Justice and Education from University College London’s Institute of Education and is currently working towards an EdD with Johns Hopkins University. She is based out of
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Jonathan Tobin

Jon Tobin is a Teaching and Learning Specialist at Teaching Tolerance. Before joining TT, he taught English Language Arts, Social Studies, Global Issues, and Creative Writing in every grade from 5 through 12.
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Michelle Kantrow

Michelle Kantrow-Vázquez is a journalist with 25 years of experience. She is the founder and editor of News is my Business, an online business site based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She is also a freelance translator. Michelle Kantrow-Vázquez es una periodista con 25 años de experiencia. Ella es la fundadora y editora de News is my Business, un sitio de negocios en línea con sede en San Juan, Puerto Rico. También es traductora independiente.
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Loretta J. Ross

Loretta J. Ross is a Visiting Professor of Practice in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University teaching "Reproductive Justice Theory and Practice" and "Race and Culture in the U.S." for the 2018-2019 academic year. Previously, she was a Visiting Professor at Hampshire College in Women's Studies for the 2017-2018 academic year teaching "White Supremacy in the Age of Trump." She was a co-founder and the National Coordinator of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective from 2005-2012, a network founded in 1997 of women of color and allied organizations
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Jenifer Frank

Jenifer Frank is coauthor and editor of Complicity: How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited From Slavery , published by Ballantine Books. She was Page 1 editor and then editor of the Sunday magazine at The Hartford Courant and is now a Hartford-based freelance writer and editor.
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Kaitlin Cyca

Kaitlin Cyca is a Canadian author and graduate of the University of Saskatchewan in the fields of sociology and political science. Much of her work is centered around deconstructing the insidiousness of systemic oppression and the amplification of marginalized voices. In 2019, Kaitlin is set to release her debut novel, The Day the Lilies Died , in which she interweaves the dark and twisted world of science fiction with the even darker reality of socio-political oppression.
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Rebecca Coven

Rebecca Coven is a 10th-grade advisor and English teacher at The Workshop School, a public project-based school in West Philadelphia. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and a member of the Caucus of Working Educators. Rebecca uses her work in the classroom to help her students become active and engaged citizens in their communities. She is a recipient of the 2018 Teaching Tolerance Award for Excellence in Teaching. Follow her on Twitter at @RCovs1201 .