Editorial Advisory Board

asha bandele, Author, Advocate, Journalist, Poet
Pam Batra, Activist
Rhonda Bayless, Executive Director, Center of Wellness for Urban Women
Charlie R. Braxton, Poet, Playwright, Journalist, Consultant
Scott Poulson-Bryant
JLove Calderon, Author, Social Entrepreneur, Conscious Media Maker
Monica A. Coleman, Associate Professor of Religion at Claremont School of Theology
Anthony DeCurtis, Distinguished Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania; Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone
Martha Diaz, Hip-Hop Scholar-in-Residence, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Baz Dreisinger, Associate Professor, English; Academic Director, Prison-to-College Pipeline, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Eve Ensler, Author of “The Vagina Monologues” and creator of “V-Day”
Angela Exson, Director, Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response, Stanford University
Alison Byrne Fields
Michael A. Gonzales, Cultural critic
Byron Hurt, Filmmaker
Anapesi Kaili, Community Activist
Charles Knight, Full-Hearted Masculinity Advocate/Senior Fellow, Center for International Policy
Dr. Cheryl LaRoche, Archaeologist
Alan Light, Regular contributor to the New York Times and Rolling Stone; former Editor-in-Chief of VIBE and Spin magazines
E. Ethelbert Miller, Director of the African American Resource Center at Howard University
Joan Morgan, Author and Cultural Critic
Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Director of Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Erik Nielson, Assistant Professor of Liberal Arts, University of Richmond
Marc Peters, Global Communications Coordinator for MenEngage
Kelley Raleigh, Founder, Leading by Example
Asya Shein, Founder & Publisher FUSICOLOGY
Dr. Guy A. Sims, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Virginia Tech University
Ella Turenne, Artist, Activist; Assistant Dean for Community Engagement at Occidental College
Jerry W. Ward, Jr., Distinguished Overseas Professor at Central China Normal University; Richard Wright scholar; co-editor of The Cambridge History of African American Literature, and author of THE KATRINA PAPERS: A Journal of Trauma and Recovery
Adina Williams, Senior Manager, Public Programs at the American Museum of Natural History

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