Ézé Amos is a photojournalist, originally from Nigeria. Since 2008 he has lived and worked in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is an affiliate photographer for the New York Times and Getty Images, who focuses on documenting resistance efforts on the ground. Anonymous is an activist and reader who lives in Seattle. He was involved in the protest and mutual-aid work in the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone. Kerstin Arias is an artist, mother and one of the lead organizers of the Central Oregon Diversity Project. She lives in Bend, Oregon. Nekima Levy Armstrong is a civil rights attorney and activist. From 2015-16 she served as president of the Minneapolis chapter of the NAACP. Lydia Bodine lives in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is currently a student at Berea College. Alsa Bruno is an activist and comedian. Barb Campbell lives in Bend, Oregon and is a member of the Bend City Council. Scott Daniel is a musician who lives in Chicago. Greg Edwards is an accountant from Bangor, Maine. He is involved in a number of local social and environmental causes. Timothy Findley is the pastor of Kingdom Fellowship Christian Life Center in Louisville, Kentucky, and a founder of the Justice and Freedom Coalition, an organization that works with communities of color and economically disadvantaged communities to defend and advance their social and economic rights. James Gabriel is a literary agent based in New York. Jerrell Griffin lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin and is one of the founding members of Black Lives Activists of Kenosha (BLAK), a social-justice organization that formed after the shooting of Jacob Blake. Barbie Jones runs Youth Matter Chicago, a dance group and community center for kids on the South Side of Chicago.
Brandon Kilbourne is an evolutionary biologist. He is currently a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Berlin. Jason Lopez is a graphic designer and photographer who lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He is one of the founding members of BLAK. Louis Moench was born and raised in Santa Monica, California. He is a student at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. Maya Pendleton is a policy analyst in Washington, D.C. focusing on social policy at the intersection of race and gender. Glen Ray, Sr. is the president of the Calhoun County NAACP chapter in Anniston, Alabama. Niles Schwartz is a film critic based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He also works for the Minneapolis Department of Public Health. Josie Stanfield is one of the lead organizers of the Central Oregon Diversity Project. She lives in Prineville, Oregon. Tristan Taylor is an organizer with Detroit Renter City and one of the founders of Detroit Will Breathe. Sylvie Thode grew up in New York City and graduated from Princeton University this spring. She will start grad school next fall. Christopher “Mad Dog” Thomas is a dancer, activist and youth mentor based in Chicago. Djuan Wash is a national community organizer and civil rights activist currently based in Waukegan, Illinois. He is a founding member of BLAK. Koerri Washington is a content producer who lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He has been documenting the protests and unrest from the early days of the summer. Justin Williams is a land-use attorney who lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Emily Wolfenbarger works in systems management, diversity and education training, financial services and marketing. She lives in Knoxville, Tennessee.