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Why We Can't Wait: Women of Color Urge Inclusion in “My Brother's Keeper” June 17, 2014 President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, D.C. 20500 Dear President Obama, We write to join the concerns expressed by the letter from 200 Black Men about My Brother’s Keeper (MBK), and to share our hopes that together, we can re-align this important Initiative to reflect the values of inclusion, equal opportunity and shared fate that have propelled our historic struggle for racial justice forward. While we applaud the efforts on the part of the White House, private philanthropy, social justice organizations and others to move beyond colorblind approaches to race-specific problems, we are profoundly troubled about the exclusion of women and girls of color from this critical undertaking. The need to acknowledge the crisis facing boys should not come at the expense of addressing the stunted opportunities for girls who live in the same households, suffer in the same schools, and struggle to overcome a common history of limited opportunities caused by various forms of discrimination. We simply cannot agree that the effects of these conditions on women and girls should pale to the point of invisibility, and are of such little significance that they warrant zero attention in the messaging, research and resourcing of this unprecedented Initiative. When we acknowledge that both our boys and girls struggle against the odds to succeed, and we dream about how, working together, we can develop transformative measures to help them realize their highest aspirations, we cannot rest easy on the notion that the girls must wait until another train comes for them. Not only is there no exceedingly persuasive reason not to include them, the price of such exclusion is too high and will hurt our communities and country for many generations to come. Those who have justified the exclusive gender focus of MBK and the related Boys and Men of Color Executive Alliance (“BMOC”) often remind us that male youth of color are like the miner’s canary: their plight warns us that something is wrong in the mine. Indeed, something is desperately wrong


when so many of our youth are falling victim to the consequences of punitive discipline, underfunded schools, poor job prospects, declining investments in public space, decreasing access to higher education, and worsening prospects in the job market. Clearly American society continues to be a toxic environment for many of our young people. Yet male-exclusive initiatives seem to lose sight of the implications of the canary’s distress: it is not a signal that only male canaries are suffering. It makes no sense to equip the canary with a mentor, a gas mask and or some other individual-level support while leaving the mine as it is and expecting the females to fend for themselves. If the air is toxic, it is toxic for everyone forced to breathe it. The President is right that our youth need to be sent a message that they are valued, that their lives matter and that someone cares enough for them to invest time, resources and attention to confront the obstacles undermining their futures. Yet apparently, the “kids” who warrant such wide-scale investment do not include girls and young women of color. But, let this much be clear: today, many women and girls of color are under siege in the United States. The myth that they are not must be challenged. Our lives are disproportionately at risk, as data on violent victimization make clear. Native American girls are victims of rape or sexual assault at more than double the rate of other racial groups, while Black girls have the highest rates of interpersonal victimization from assault and are more likely to know their assailant than all other groups. Additionally, the homicide rate among Black girls and women ages 10-24 was higher than for any other group of females, and higher than white and Asian men as well. Our daughters’ access to education is disproportionately compromised. Black girls are more than 3 times more likely to be suspended from school than white girls, and are disproportionately funneled through the juvenile justice systems. This is the first step in a process that leads to the over incarceration of Black women, who are 3x more likely to wind up behind bars than white women. Additionally, the four-year graduation rate for Latinas is the lowest among all girls. Dropping out of high school places all youth at risk, but the negative effects on their long term economic security is even greater for girls than it is for boys. Our daughters’ economic futures are disproportionately undermined by wage and wealth inequality. Women of color face both gender and race barriers in the job market, and typically make less than both men of color and white women. The median wealth for Latinas is $120 and for Black women it is $100 dollars; this means that just about half of Black women and Latinas are forced to walk an


economic high wire without any net whatsoever. Considering that the majority of all households depend on women’s wages and wealth, the economic future of female youth is vital to the community as a whole, including the sons and daughters that are dependent on their mothers’ wellbeing. Our daughters are ignored and under-researched. Although the exclusion of girls has been justified as data-driven, the fact is that little data is gathered on them. This situation creates a vicious cycle in which the assumptions that girls are not in crisis leads to research and policy interventions that overlook them, thus reinforcing their exclusion from efforts like MBK to bring successful programs to scale. MBK is not only built on this foundation, but extends it further by failing to require the inter-agency task force to report data that address the wellbeing of girls of color as well as boys. This erasure simply adds to the crisis that girls of color face, forcing them to suffer in relative silence. In short, women and girls of color are not doing fine, and until they are, men and boys will not be doing fine either. Girls and young women must be included in all our efforts to lift up the life chances of youth of color. To those who would urge us to settle for some separate initiative, we need only recall that separate but equal has never worked in conditions of inequality, nor will it work for girls and women of color here. To those who would urge us to take up our concerns with the White House Council on Women and Girls, we note that the Council, like many gender-focused initiatives on women, lacks an intersectional frame that would address the race-based challenges faced by young women of color in a racially-stratified society. We note as well that the scale and magnitude of the issues addressed within MBK are specific to the needs of communities of color. The White House Council on Women and Girls should of course, be encouraged and supported to do more; however, girls and women of color suffer, struggle and succeed with the men and boys in their lives. Only together will our collective well-being improve. Moving forward, we are mindful that those who risked their lives to challenge racial injustice believed that we all deserved better lives: men as well as women, girls as well as boys. Holding up the reality of our shared fate, we call on all MBK partners--public as well as private--to expressly include women and girls of color in this historic effort. We stand ready to work together to realize the aspirations that we all share for our youth and for our community.


Signed, 1. Mary Frances Berry, Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought and Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania; Former Chairwoman of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Philadelphia, PA 2. Angela Y. Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita, U.C. Santa Cruz, Oakland, CA 3. Anita Hill, Professor, Waltham, MA 4. Rosario Dawson, Voto Latino Co-Founder and board member of VDay and The Lower East Side Girls Club, Venice, CA 5. Alice Walker, Writer, Activist, Northern California 6. LisaGay Hamilton, Actor/Director, Los Angeles, CA 7. Bernice Johnson Reagon, Singer/composer, cultural historian, author, Washington, D.C. 8. Rosie Perez, Activist, Actor, Author; Brooklyn, NY 9. Kimberle Crenshaw, Professor of Law at Columbia/UCLA School of Law 10. Kristie Dotson, College Professor at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 11. Salamishah Tillet, Mother, Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania; Co-Founder of A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 12. Joanne N. Smith, Founder and Executive Director at Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 13. Cidra M. Sebastien, Associate Executive Director, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, New York, NY 14. Brittney Cooper, Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 15. Nakisha M. Lewis, Philanthropic Strategist; Board Member, Resource Generation, New York, NY 16. Eesha Pandit, Writer and activist, Houston, TX 17. Scheherazade Tillet, Co-Founder and Executive Director of A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 18. Dr. Julianne Malveaux, President and Founder, Economic Education, Washington DC 19. Barbara Ransby, Director of the Social Justice Initiative at the University of Illinois – Chicago 20. Jewell Jackson McCabe, Strategic Communication Consultant Executive Coach & Founder, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, New York, NY 21. Laura W. Murphy, Director, ACLU Washington Legislative Office, Washington, D.C. 22. Patricia Hill Collins, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland, College Park, Department of Sociology 23. Beverly Guy Sheftall, College professor, Atlanta, GA 24. Dorothy Roberts, Professor of Africana Studies, Law & Sociology, University of Pennsylvania; Chair of the Board of Directors, Black Women's Health Imperative 25. Byllye Avery, Founder, Black Women's Health Imperative, Provincetown, MA 26. Sarah Jones, Playwright and Performer, New York 27. dream hampton, Cultural producer, Detroit, MI 28. Janet Mock, Author, Redefining Realness, New York, NY 29. Sapphire, Author, New York, NY 30. Marcia L Dyson, CEO and Founder Women's Global Initiative, Washington, D.C. 31. Paula J Giddings, E.A. Woodson Professor, Smith College 32. Farah Griffin, Columbia University, New York, NY


33. Rosa Linda Fregoso, University of California at Santa Cruz 34. Eva Paterson, Attorney, Oakland, CA 35. Alexis De Veaux, Writer; Professor Emeritus at the University at Buffalo 36. Priscilla A. Ocen, Associate Professor of Law at Loyola Law School 37. Aimee Cox, Assistant Professor of African & African American Studies, Fordham University, New York, NY 38. Gloria Joseph, Retired University Professor, Author - Golfer - Gardener, St. Croix Virgin Island 39. Shani Jamila, Human Rights Project, Urban Justice Center, NYC 40. Phyllis M. Croom, Writer/Filmmaker, Bowie, MD 41. Amy Evans, Playwright, Brooklyn, NY 42. Sharon Harley, College Professor, Washington, D.C. 43. Jodeen OlguĂ­n-Tayler, Campaigner, Brooklyn, NY 44. Marilyn Madden, Retired Educator, Atlanta, GA 45. Bithiah Carter, Advocate, Boston, MA 46. Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Law Professor, Grinnell, IA 47. Alma Flores, UCLA Graduate student 48. Nell Painter, Retired from Princeton University, Newark, NJ 49. Cheryl I. Harris, Professor of Law, UCLA Law School 50. Tanya McKinnon, Literary agent, Dobbs Ferry, NY 51. Daria Roithmayr, Professor, Los Angeles, CA 52. Dena Campbell, University of Illinois doctoral student 53. Ana Maria Serrano, Educator, Brooklyn, NY 54. Ricky Ochilo, Graduate Student, Heller School, Waltham, MA 55. Nina Farnia, National Lawyers Guild, Oakland, CA 56. Emily Sorroche, Scholarship Ombudsman at Lansing Community College, Lansing, MI 57. Yi-Chun Tricia Lin, Professor and Director of Women's Studies at Southern Connecticut State University President; National Women's Studies Association 20122014, New Haven, CT 58. Shirley Poole, Retired, New York, NY 59. Jasleen Kohli, Director, Critical Race Studies Program at UCLA School of Law 60. Serene Khader, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Brooklyn, NY 61. Harriet Tubman Wright, The Wright Resort, A BodyMindSpirit Wellness Center, Oakland, CA 62. Tamura Lomax, Assistant Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Richmond, VA 63. Lisa A. Gissendaner, Community Advocate for Youth; School Board Member, Canton, OH 64. Leana Cabral, Mayor's Office of Education, Philadelphia, PA 65. Cheryl Clarke, Lesbian-feminist writer and author 4 books of poetry, collected prose and poetry, and critical literary study; Retired from Rutgers 2013, Jersey City, NJ 66. Nathifa Greene, Stony Brook University 67. Jacqueline M. Ebanks, Executive Director, Women's City Club of New York, Bronx, NY 68. Pamela Epps, Clinical Psychologist, Avondale Estates, GA 69. Evie Shockley, Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 70. Mosunola Fadairo, Service Coordinator, Staten Island, NY 71. Dr. Stephanie Y. Evans, Professor at Clark Atlanta University


72. Linda Sarsour, Executive Director, Arab American Association of NY, Brooklyn, NY 73. Cindy Cruz, UC Santa Cruz 74. Erica Lorraine Williams, Assistant Professor at Spelman College 75. Chanda Hsu Prescod-Weinstein, MLK Postdoctoral Fellow in Physics at MIT 76. Stephane Dunn, Writer; Professor, Atlanta, GA 77. Dr. NiCole T. Buchanan , Michigan State University Associate Professor Department of Psychology 78. Jyoti Nanda, Faculty Founder, Youth & Justice Clinic at UCLA School of Law 79. Tangela Terry, Women's Advocate, Los Angeles, CA 80. Jessika Hornsby, Sales, Moreno Valley, CA 81. Luisah Teish, Educator, Writer, Artist, Oakland, CA 82. Tomeka "Tommie" Hayes, Ph.D. student, Feminist Studies, UCSC 83. Nkiru Nnawulezi, Michigan State University 84. Chela Sandoval, Professor, Santa Barbara, CA 85. Jasmine Phillips, UCLA School of Law 86. Treva B. Lindsey, Ph.D. The Ohio State University 87. Lee Sayles, IT Professional, Lansing, MI 88. Robin Zheng, Ph.D Candidate at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 89. Trudier Harris, Professor of English at the University of Alabama 90. Jasmine N. Burnett, Activist; Consultant - Reproductive Justice, Philadelphia, PA 91. Anika Simpson, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Morgan State University 92. Devonya N. Havis, Associate Philosophy Professor Canisius College 93. Maritza Guzman, Program Director, Montclair, NJ 94. Ingrid Cruz, Artist/Organizer, Tupelo, MS 95. Tanay Tatum, Teacher, Brooklyn, NY 96. Isis Settles, Associate Professor of Psychology, East Lansing, MI 97. Desiree Prevo, Law Student at Texas A & M School of Law 98. Heidi R. Lewis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Feminist & Gender Studies Colorado College 99. LG Shanklin-Flowers, President at InReach/WEMatterNow, Milwaukee, WI 100. Pascha Bueno-Hansen, Professor, Wilmington, DE 101. Christina Marcelus, Student, Waltham, MA 102. Sofia Quintero, Cultural activist, Bronx, NY 103. Rashida Harrison, Visiting Assistant Professor at Michigan State University 104. Megan Madison, PhD Student, New York, NY 105. Shyrissa dobbins, Law student, Los Angeles, CA 106. Vanessa Allen-Brown, Professor in Educational Studies at the University of Cincinnati 107. Aisha N. Davis, Attorney/Advocate, Wilmington, DE 108. Janna Zinzi, Swirl Public Relations, New York, NY 109. Dr. Marta Moreno Vega, President at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute; Adjunct Professor, Department of Arts and Public Policy at NYU 110. Falguni A. Sheth, Hampshire College 111. Mecca Jamilah Sullivan, University of Massachusetts 112. Maria Davidson, Assistant Professor, Norman, OK 113. Janine Jones, Professor, Greensboro, NC 114. Shanelle Matthews, Communications Strategist, ACLU of Northern California, Oakland, CA 115. Rosalyn Roker, Graduate student, Tampa, FL 116. Maura Bairley, Activist and Consultant for Social Change, Brooklyn, NY


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155. Michelle Boyd, University of Illinois, Chicago 156. Asia Howard, Vassar College Student, Atlanta, GA 157. Marquita Robinson, Researcher on @Midnight, Los Angeles, CA 158. Angel James Horacek, Attorney, Los Angeles, CA 159. Valerie Bridgeman, Professor and Minister, Delaware, OH 160. Tina Parcher, Singer, songwriter, parent, Pasadena, CA 161. Nataly Castro, Student, Round Lake, IL 162. Octavia Smith, Student at Vassar College, Social activist, Bronx, NY 163. Grayce S. Frink, Attorney, Los Angeles, CA 164. Sandra Susan Smith, UC Berkeley 165. Armilla Staley-Ngomo, Los Angeles, CA 166. Menah Pratt-Clarke, Associate Chancellor/Associate Provost/Associate Professor at the University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign 167. Claire Arce, Development Director, Los Angeles, CA 168. Alyssa Peace, Student, Washington, D.C. 169. Jamia Wilson, YTH (Youth+Tech+Health) and #FemFuture, Oakland, CA 170. Jenny Chung Mejia, Principal, Jenny Chung Mejia Consulting, Inc., Los Angeles, CA 171. Eve Dunbar, Professor, Poughkeepsie, NY 172. Michelle Renee Smith, Educator at the University of California, Los Angeles; Houston Independent School District 173. Taij Kumarie Moteelall, Standing in Our Power, New York, NY 174. Regina Mills, PhD Student and Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin 175. Carol Anderson, Associate Professor, African American Studies & History at Emory University 176. Kayla Fisher, Vassar College, Chicago, IL 177. Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Syracuse University 178. Shivana Jorawar, Policy Advocate, Washington, D.C. 179. Delicia Judge, Sr. Accountant, Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, Richardson, TX 180. Debra Foster Greene, Ph.D., Lincoln University 181. Gladdys Uribe, Attorney, Los Angeles, CA 182. Mariko Pegs, UC Berkeley graduate student 183. Baiyina W. Muhammad, Associate Professor of History at North Carolina Central University 184. Alexis Ford, Administrative Assistant, Charlotte, NC 185. Miriam Zoila Perez, Writer, RadicalDoula.com, Washington, D.C. 186. Maria Chaves, Ph.D student, Binghamton, NY 187. Rachel Zellars, McGill University 188. Deborah Pierce-Tate, Senior Staff Assistant, Buffalo, NY 189. Debbie-Ann Paige, College of Staten Island, CUNY 190. Joanne Jordan, Teacher, New York, NY 191. Tandeka Moleah, Non-Profit Fundraising Professional, New York, NY 192. Arica L. Coleman, Ph.D. Lecturer, Center for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University 193. Barbara Krauthamer, Associate Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst 194. Filomina Seady, Professor and Chair Africana Studies at Wellesley College


195. Dr. Sheri Davis-Faulkner, Director for Community Engagement for the Westside Communities Alliance at the Georgia Institute of Technology; Adjunct Professor in Sociology at Spelman College; Blogging Member of the Crunk Feminist Collective 196. Raquel Phillips-Lester, Supply Chain Management, Houston, TX 197. Cinthya Rodriguez, Student, Chicago, IL 198. Dr. Daina Ramey Berry, Associate Professor of History and African and African Diaspora Studies at UT Austin 199. Cynthia Neal Spence, Associate Professor of Sociology, Atlanta, GA 200. Brenda Stevenson, Professor of History at UCLA 201. Himika Bhattacharya, Professor/Educator, Syracuse, NY 202. Lena Palacios PhD, Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota 203. Simone Jhingoor, Communications Director, Bronx, NY 204. Gail Blackwell, A New Way of Life Reentry Project, Los Angeles, CA 205. Vanessa Pierre, Nurse, New York, NY 206. Malkia Hutchinson, Program Director at the University of Houston Women's Resource Center, Houston, TX 207. Robin M. Boylorn, Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama 208. Shari Miles-Cohen, Psychologist, Washington, D.C. 209. Angela Arzubiaga, Associate Professor ASU 210. Saba Fatima, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Edwardsville, IL 211. Lynn Bolles, Professor of Women's Studies, Anthropology, African American Studies, Comparative Literature and American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park 212. Dr. Jeanine M. Staples, Associate Professor of Literacy and Language and African American Studies, Penn State University 213. Marcia Melendez, Business Owner, Flowerworks Company, Brooklyn, NY 214. Terri James, Transition Manager, Greensboro, NC 215. Richlyn F. Goddard, Ph.D., History Professor, Stockton College of NJ and Rowan University 216. Elisa Facio, Associate Professor, University of Colorado 217. Akilah Abdul-Rahman, Educator, Philadelphia, PA 218. Karen Cotton McDaniel, Retired Professor/Librarian, Frankfort, KY 219. Kim Ford, Co-founder, Kitchen Table Giving Circle, Co-founder, Black Lesbian Conference 2015 - Beyond Bold & Brave: The Evolution of Our Community, Bronx, NY 220. Nicole Massad, Vassar College '14, Chicago, IL 221. Valerie Cunningham, Historic Preservationist & Founder, Portsmouth (NH) Black Heritage Trail, Portsmouth, NH 222. L. Simone Washington, ADR Professional, Mobile, AL 223. Mary L Patterson, M.D., Los Angeles, CA 224. Brytni Sarpy, Actor, Los Angeles, CA 225. Andrea Luquetta, Attorney, Oakland, CA 226. Erika K Wilson, Assistant Professor, UNC School of Law 227. Freddye L. Hill, Retired educator and adjunct faculty member, Dillard University 228. Sarah Jane Rhee, Love and Struggle Photos, Chicago, IL 229. Lisa R. Hopps, Professional, Cleveland, OH 230. Crystal Johnson, Hairstylist, Los Angeles, CA 231. Piper Anderson, Artist and Educator, Standing in Our Power, New York, NY


232. Shalanda Baker, Associate Professor of Law, University of Hawaii School of Law 233. Gilda L. Ochoa, Professor of Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies and Sociology, La Puente, CA 234. Kathy J. Cherry, Mary Church Terrell Club, NE Ohio Chapter 235. Carmen G. Gonzalez, Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law 236. Lucie Fultz, Professor Emerita in English, Houston, TX 237. Joye Bowman, Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst 238. Susie Martinez, Student, Vassar College, Bronx, NY 239. Angie Mejia, Chicano/a Studies at Portland State University 240. Claudia Garcia-Rojas, Chicago Taskforce on Violence Against Girls & Young Women 241. Lily Ngaruiya, Student, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 242. Annemarie Perez, Loyola Marymount University 243. Pat Zavella, University of California, Santa Cruz 244. Allyssa Villanueva, Co-president of Black Law Students Association, UC Hastings College of the Law 245. Leatha S. Shockley, Retired/Housewife, Akron, OH 246. MaryJane Secuban, Education, Champaign, IL 247. Dr. Sheila Smith McKoy, Professor and Director, Raleigh, NC 248. Sharon Onga Nana, Poetry Educator, RWU Law ' 17, Centreville, VA 249. Cheryl Norris, Psychotherapist, Houston, TX 250. Trina Greene, Director, Youth Leadership & Development, Los Angeles, CA 251. Maritza Reyes, Florida A&M University College of Law 252. Saundra Boyd, Houston Community College, Houston, TX 253. Melissa Camacho-Cheung, Attorney, Culver City, CA 254. Cheryl Ward, Women Organizing for Justice, Gardena, CA 255. Niya Nicholson, Student, New York, NY 256. Nickecia Alder, M.A., Ed.M., Doctoral Student, Counseling Psychology, Loyola University, Chicago, Creator of Black Girl Fly Magazine, Chicago, IL 257. Sharon Chia Claros, Management Services Officer at UCLA 258. Rachel Gilmer, Portland African American Leadership Forum, Portland, OR 259. Favianna Rodriguez, CultureStrike, Oakland, CA 260. Melody Temidara, Legal industry, Washington DC and Los Angeles, CA 261. Cynthia Muldrow, Teacher, NYCDOE, Brooklyn, NY 262. Alvina Quintana, Professor of Women & Gender Studies, University of Delaware, Newark, DC 263. Lucia Brawley, Actor, Writer, Realtor, Miami, FL 264. Margo Okazawa-Rey, Professor, Fielding Graduate University, Professor Emerita, SFSU, CA 265. Emily R. Williams, Associate Director, Social Justice Initiative at University of Illinois-Chicago, Chicago, IL 266. Christina Greer, PhD, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Fordham University, New York, NY 267. Radhika Balakrishnan, Rutgers University, New York, NY 268. Monica Dominguez Torres, Associate Professor, University of Delaware, Wilmington, DE 269. Anel I. Flores,Realtor, Educator, Artist, Mother, San Antonio, TX 270. Elizabeth Farid, Attorney, Brooklyn, NY 271. Terry Dotson, Intake Specialist, Charlotte, NC


272. Dr. Erin D. Chapman, Professor of History, Washington DC 273. Jaribu Hil, Attorney in the Mississippi Delta, Greenville, Mississippi 274. Deesha Narichania, Girls for Gender Equity, Director of Programs, Brooklyn, NY 275. Mary Kay Love, Accountant, Corpus Christi, TX 276. Shailey Gupta-Brietzke, Attorney, Houston, TX 277. Makani Themba, The Praxis Project, Washington DC 278. Dr. Kandace Creel Falc贸n, Assistant Professor, Women's & Gender Studies, Minnesota State University Moorhead, Moorhead, MN 279. Carley Lester, Department of Labor, Washington DC 280. Evelynn M. Hammonds, Professor, Cambridge, MA 281. Diana R. Paulin, Associate Professor of English and American Studies, Trinity College, Hartford, CT 282. Laurie Nsiah-Jefferson, Senior Scientist, Waltham, MA 283. Lisa Gail Collins, Professor in Art History, Africana Studies, and American Studies, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 284. Monica Jones, College Administrator, Berea, KY 285. Neha Gill, Executive Director, Apna Ghar, Inc. (Our Home), Chicago, IL 286. Amanda Williams, The Lilith Fund Board Member, Houston, TX 287. Valerie Maynard, Artist, Baltimore, MD 288. Tanya Gonzalez, Associate Professor, Kansas State University, Department of English, Manhattan, KS 289. Puja Dhawan, NoVo Foundation, New York, NY 290. Laurie Woodard, Educator, New York,NY 291. Deidre Butler, Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of Africana Studies, Union College, Schenectady, NY 292. Anastasia Curwood, Assistant Professor of History, University of Kentucky, Versailles, KY 293. Jessica Lopez Lyman, UCSB Chicana and Chicano Studies Doctoral Candidate, Minneapolis, MN 294. Idalia Robles De Le贸n, University of Minnesota Alum and Staff, Minneapolis, MN 295. Melanye Price, Assistant Professor, Africana Studies and Political Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 296. Patricia Bell-Scott, Writer & Professor Emerita, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 297. Patricia Rivera, Social Worker, Chicago, IL 298. Khadijah White, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University, Philadelphia, PA 299. Dr. Tara White, History Instructor, Montgomery, AL 300. Zakiya Adair, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 301. Sarah W. Mitchell, Lawyer, social worker and professional nurse, Elkins Park, PA 302. Thadious Davis, College professor, Philadelphia, PA 303. Nemata Blyden, College professor, Dumfries, VA 304. Alondra Nelson, Professor and author, New York, NY 305. Patricia Shelly, Social worker, Buffalo, NY 306. Elana D. Anderson, Ph. D., Associate Director, Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, Washington, D.C. 307. Marita Gilbert, Visiting Professor, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA 308. Monique W. Morris, Ed.D., Author and Social Justice Scholar, Oakland, CA


309. Sarah Haley, Assistant Professor, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 310. Linda Heidenreich, Professor of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies, Pullman, WA 311. Amanda Alexander, Attorney & Soros Justice Fellow, University of Michigan Law School, Detroit, MI 312. Helen Elaine Lee, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 313. Alexandra Kelsey Alcantara, Adult, female student of color, Bronx, New York 314. Debbie Lyman, Teacher Assistant, St. Paul, MN 315. Betty Mills, Retired, Detroit, Michigan 316. Julia C. Oparah, Professor, Ethnic Studies, Mills College, Oakland, CA 317. Magali Flores, College student, Berkeley, California 318. Tsitsi Jaji, Professor, PA 319. Evonne Lai, Contracts, Santa Clara County, Sunnyvale, CA 320. Kirby E. Broadnax, Social service industry, community building work, Cleveland, OH 321. Phyllis Harris, Nonprofit Manager, Cleveland Ohio 322. AnneMarie Mingo, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and Women's Studies, Penn State University, PA 323. Pamela Snowden, Retired, Los Angeles, CA 324. Kenia Morales, Not for profit work, New York, NY 325. Cynthia Park, Consultant, Alameda, CA 326. Cathleen Rossman, Assistant Professor, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH 327. Clarissa Rojas, Professor, Long Beach, CA 328. Irene Lara, Associate Professor of Women's Studies San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 329. Iris Morales, Educator, New York, NY 330. Audrey Silvestre, California State University Northridge, Los Angeles, CA 331. Michelle Zamora, Adjunct Faculty, Oakland, CA 332. Silvia Toscano Villanueva, College Professor, Pasadena, CA 333. Norma A. Valenzuela, Post Doctoral Fellow, Albuquerque, NM 334. Maria Cuevas, College instructor, Yakima, WA 335. Gabriela Baeza, University of Houston, Houston, TX 336. Lilliana Patricia Salda単a, Assistant Professor Mexican American Studies University of Texas at San Antonio 337. Alicia Arrizon, Professor of Women's Studies at University of California, Riverside 338. Rachel Afi Quinn, University of Houston 339. Ula Taylor, Professor, CA 340. Angela Valenzuela, Professor, University of Texas at Austin 341. Cynthia Cortez, Professor, San Antonio, TX 342. Rita E. Urquijo-Ruiz, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Spanish, MexicanAmerican, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Chair, MALCS (Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social), San Antonio, TX 343. Brenda Sendejo, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Austin, TX 344. Maria Herrera-Sobek, Professor of Chicana/o Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara 345. Krisite Soares, Graduate Student University of California, Santa Barbara


346. Aishah Shahidah Simmons, Activist/Filmmaker “NO! The Rape Documentary,� Philadelphia, PA 347. Darlene Gou, Student, Dallas, TX 348. Graciela Isabel Sanchez, Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, San Antonio, TX 349. Ebony Ingram, Dayo N Dance Contemporary Performance Company, Washington DC 350. LaNail R. Plummer, Therapist, Upper Marlboro, MD 351. Dr. Manoucheka Celeste, Professor, researcher, Las Vegas, NV 352. Isabelle Gunning, Professor of Law, Los Angeles, CA 353. Mignon R. Moore, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles 354. JD Fuller, L.C.S.W., Los Angeles, CA 355. Tracey Robertson Carter, Executive director, South Florida Cares Mentoring Movement, Miami, FL 356. Daria Joseph, Legal Assistant, Los Angeles, CA 357. Ashlee Ellis, Agency Owner, Los Angeles, CA 358. Tonia Vanessa Ellis, Artist, Upland, CA 359. Audrena Redmond, Labor Rep, Long Beach, CA 360. Candy Martinez, Graduate Student, Los Angeles, CA 361. Diedre Dawkins, Baltimore City educator, Baltimore, MD 362. Elaine Harley, Graphic Designer, Los Angeles, CA 363. Grace Hong, Associate Professor, Department of Gender Studies, UCLA 364. Sara V Hinojos, PhD Student, Pasadena, CA 365. Danielle Purifoy, J.D., Ph.D student, Duke University 366. Leah Flamm, Dance Instructor, Chevy Chase, MD 367. Angela Peabody, President/Founder of Global Woman P.E.A.C.E. Foundation, Centreville, VA 368. Willi Coleman, Retired Professor, Greensboro, NC 369. Leslie E. Grant, Program Coordinator for Standing in Our Power, Bronx, NY 370. Jocelyn Hassel, Junior at Vassar College, Queens, NY 371. Donna Dozier Gordon, Supplier Diversity Director, White Plains, NY 372. VeLora Lilly PhD., Child psychologist specializing in work with adolescents, Bay Area 373. Susana Munoz, Assistant Professor, Milwaukee, WI 374. Adrienne Maree Brown, Writer, Detroit, MI 375. Danielle Morgan, Ph.D. Candidate, Ithaca, NY 376. Sylvana Christopher, Joy of Motion Dance Center, Washington DC 377. Dr. Marcia Chatelain, Assistant Professor, History and African American Studies, Washington DC 378. Ebony LaShay Harris, Artist, Frederick, MD 379. Premilla Nadasen, Barnard College, New York, NY 380. Patricia Romero, Student at Portland State University 381. Cat Goughnour, Equity Trainer, Portland, OR 382. Danielle Duong, Student, Oakland, CA 383. Genessa Jagdeo, Educator, Raleigh, NC 384. Leticia Villarreal Sosa, Associate Professor, Dominican University, River Forest, IL 385. Adrienne Tarver, Financial analyst, Chicago, IL


386. Joan Cartwright, Founder/Director of Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc., Atlanta, GA 387. Dorothy Miller, Retired university professor, Cleveland OH 388. Keila Pope, Teenager, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 389. Tiffany Ward, College Student, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 390. Lillian Rivera, Writer, Jersey City, NJ 391. Antonia Randolph, Teacher, Norfolk, VA 392. Charmaine Phillip, The Mothers' Agenda, New York, Brooklyn, NY 393. Carmella R. Guy, Advanced Practice Nurse, Memphis, TN 394. Simphiwe L Stewart, Portland African American Leadership Forum, Portland, OR 395. Lorena Lomeli Moreno, Student at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 396. Sruthi Naraharisetti, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 397. Tamara S. Nash, Educator, Atlanta, GA 398. Duriel Harris, Professor, Bloomington, IL 399. Georgina Guzman, Assistant Professor, California State University, Channel Islands 400. Carmen Buford-Paige, PHD., Retired academician, Chair, Advisory Council for NH Seacoast NAACP, business owner, Dover, NH 401. Deborah Gray White, Board of Governors Professor of History, Rutgers University 402. Dr. Jill M. Humphries, College Educator/Consultant, NY 403. Tanya Haney, Attorney, South Pasadena, CA 404. Mariame Kaba, Chicago Taskforce on Violence against Young Women and Girls, Chicago, IL 405. Yesenia Romo, Social Worker, IL 406. Solomohn Ennis, Publisher, Charleston, IL 407. Dana-Ain Davis, Associate Professor, Brooklyn, NY 408. Lisa Guido, Concerned citizen, Brooklyn, NY 409. Jasmine Lee, University administrator, Lansing, MI 410. Jennifer Gaboury, Women and Gender Studies, Hunter College, CUNY, New York 411. Christine Rhone, Owner, Gourmet Drive. Community Activist, Washington DC 412. Song Richardson, Professor of Law, Irvine, CA 413. Sarah Griffin, Mother and Scholar, Los Angeles, CA 414. Norma Marrun, Graduate Student, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 415. Leah Gipson, Art Therapist, A Long Walk Home, Rape Victim Advocates, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL 416. Karen Patricia Williams, PhD., Associate Professor, East Lansing, MI 417. Joanna Y. Roland, Student, Bowling Green, KY 418. Taina Bien-AimĂŠ, Executive Director Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, NY 419. Nancy A Hewitt, Distinguished Professor Emerita, History and Women's & Gender Studies, Rutgers University, Metuchen, NJ 420. Dr. Michelle Purdy, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Washington University in St. Louis 421. Andrea J. Pitts, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 422. Hilary Cushing-Murray, Mother, Ranchos de Taos, NM 423. Kiyanna Stewart, Graduate Student, New Brunswick, NJ 424. Alize Beal, Manhattan Borough Director, Office of the Mayor, New York, NY


425. Ogonnaya Dotson Newman, Program Director at Non-Profit, New York, NY 426. Kimberly Ross, PHD. Student at Michigan State University 427. Nia Miller, Student, Lanham, MD 428. Jorie Dugan, Law Student, Fordham Law, New York 429. Theresa S. Thames, Clergy, United Methodist Law, Washington, DC 430. Stacey Rose, School Principal, Charlotte, NC 431. Tanesha Franklin, Teacher, Charlotte, NC 432. Aisha Damali Lockridge, Assistant Professor, Philadelphia, PA 433. Ashley Garner, Rutgers University, Paterson, NJ 434. Theri A. Pickens, College professor, Lewiston, ME 435. Cynthia María Paccacerqua, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, UTPA, McAllen, TX 436. Alberta S Bailey, Retired Librarian, Fayetteville, AR 437. Lisa Butler, University of Chicago SSA and Ford Scholar, Chicago, IL 438. Barbara Young, National Organizer, Corona, NY 439. Dr. Birgitta J. Johnson, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 440. Barbara Dixon, GeoTech, Houston, TX 441. Jeanine Weekes Schroer, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and African & African-American Studies, University of Minnesota Duluth 442. Mischelle Brown, Humans2Nature, Denver, CO 443. Axelle Karera, PHD. Candidate in Philosophy, PA 444. Melissa Lozano, Obstetrics/Gynecology Physician, New York, NY 445. Donna, Attorney, Arlington, VA 446. Sudha Setty, Professor of Law, Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, MA 447. Savneet Talwar, Associate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL 448. Mary Rose Go, Program Assistant, Democratizing Knowledge, Syracuse University 449. Nyasha Levy, Mother, Network Administrator- State of Colorado, Youth Advocate - Buna's Village, Denver, CO 450. Ayesha Hardison, Associate Professor of English at Ohio University, Athens, OH 451. Anushka Jagdeo, Educator, Raleigh, NC 452. Ellen Correa, Graduate Student, Youngstown, NC 453. Paris Hatcher, Black Feminist Future, New Orleans, LA 454. Leigh-Anne Goins, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI 455. Dr Kay McGowan, Anthropologist at Eastern Michigan University, MI 456. Mickaella Perina, Associate Professor of Philosophy at UMass - Boston, MA 457. Denise Jones, Teach for America Teacher - 7th Grade Math & 8th Grade English, San Antonio, TX 458. Laila Farah, Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Chicago, IL 459. Susan Haworth-Hoeppner, College Professor, Grand Rapids, MI 460. Takiyah Nur Amin, PhD, Assistant Professor of Dance at UNC Charlotte, NC 461. Deirdre Cooper Owens, Assistant Professor of History, Queens College, CUNY, Oxford, MS 462. Stephanie Jones-Rogers, Professor of History, Berkeley, CA 463. Tia Noelle Pratt, PhD, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Sociology, St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA


464. Hannah Giorgis, Assistant, Initiatives for Girls & Women at NoVo Foundation, New York, NY 465. Alisa Hill, Teenager, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 466. B. Cole, Brown Boi Project, Oakland, CA 467. Diamond Williams, Teenager, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 468. Samantha Coleman, Executive Director of Assist Her, Inc., Chicago, IL 469. Cherrish Sumone Brown, College Student, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 470. Larrinita Stark, College Student, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 471. Ashni Dave, Musician, New York, NY 472. Jacqueline Rivers, College Student, Bronx, NY 473. Michelle Steer, Grants & Operations Coordinator for a global humanitarian organization, Mt. Vernon, NY 474. Ofelia Ortiz Cuevas, Visiting Scholar, UCLA Center for Social Theory and Comparative History, Los Angeles, CA 475. Dr. Pamela Hood, Associate Professor of Philosophy, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA 476. La'Nesha Baldwin, College Student, A Long Walk Home, Board Member, Chicago, IL 477. Roberta Ólóyádé Stokes, Massage therapist, performing artist, Brooklyn, NY 478. Volora Howell, Mom, Jazz Singer, Orange, NJ 479. Shannon Brenneman, Student, East Lansing, MI 480. Kenya Turner, Nurse/technician, Long Beach, CA 481. Stephanie Omezi, The University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Chicago, IL 482. Reem Gaafar, Attorney, Seattle, WA 483. V. Denise James, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 484. Joy James, Professor, Williams College, New York, NY 485. Chitra Aiyar, Executive Director, Sadie Nash Leadership Project, New York, NY 486. Sunita Patel, Attorney, CCR, New York, NY 487. Sita Symonette, Acupuncturist and small business owner, Portland, OR 488. Menen Stroud, student at Vassar College, Oakland, CA 489. Arisika Razak, Associate Professor, California Institute of Integral Studies, Oakland, CA 490. Rhonda Y. Williams, Director, Social Justice Institute, Case Western Reserve University, Associate Professor, History, Cleveland, OH 491. Elle Weatheroy, Independent Consultant/ Social Worker, Portland, OR 492. Belvie Rooks, Educator, San Francisco, CA 493. Tanisha C. Ford, Assistant Professor, Amherst, MA 494. N'keya Peters, MSW, Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 495. Eva George, Associate Professor, Columbus OH 496. Noliwe Rooks, Associate Professor, Africana Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 497. Alicia Hall, Psychologist, Columbia, SC 498. Dr. Kinitra D. Brooks, Assistant Professor of English Literature, The University of Texas at San Antonio 499. Gwendolyn D. Pough, Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, Syracuse University, NY 500. Elaine Richardson, mother, grandmother, Professor, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH


501. Tauheedah Shakur, Youth Organizer with youth justice coalition, Los Angeles, CA 502. Terisa Siagatonu, Graduate Student in the Masters of Marriage/Family Therapy program at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 503. Ada Chan, Policy Analyst, City of Oakland, CA 504. Toyia T. Taylor, Business Owner, Renton, WA 505. Shantu Ealy, Girls for Gender Equity, Bronx, NY 506. Marissa Lee, Psychiatric Social Worker, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles, CA 507. Alisha Jones, University of Chicago, PhD Candidate, Chicago, IL 508. Camille McCallister, Student, Dallas, TX 509. Blanca E. Vega, Director, Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) at Marymount Manhattan College Doctoral Candidate, Teachers College-Columbia University, New York, NY 510. Brittany Brathwaite, College Student, Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 511. Pamela Armstrong, Writer/Actor, Los Angeles, CA 512. Sonja Lanehart, Professor, University of Texas at San Antonio 513. Dr. Ruby Lawrence, Parent, Girls For Gender Equity, Washington, DC 514. Silvia Jimenez, Researcher, University of California, Los Angeles, Van Nuys, CA 515. Toni Blackman, Rhyme like a Girl/Freestyle Union Cipher Workshop, Brooklyn, NY 516. Jennifer Choy, Higher Education Student Affairs Officer, Los Angeles, CA 517. Chinonye Chukwu, Filmmaker, New York, NY 518. Beckie Masaki, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence, San Francisco, CA 519. Tiamba M. Wilkerson, PhD student, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Richmond, VA 520. Erica Rey, Social Justice educator and musician / performer, Los Angeles, CA 521. Riche' Richardson, Professor at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 522. Kameelah Martin, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA 523. Stephanie Rose Spaulding, Assistant Professor of Women’s and Ethnic Studies, Colorado Springs, CO 524. Regine Michelle Jean-Charles, A Long Walk Home, Board Member, Assistant Professor, Boston College, Milton, MA 525. Latrice Ferguson, Librarian, Chicago, IL 526. Oneka Bennett, Professor, Ithaca, NY 527. Candice M. Benbow, M.A., Writer and Host of Divine Dialogue, Durham, North Carolina 528. Lillian Pittman, Educator, Rancho Cucamonga 529. Miriam J. Petty, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 530. Kayla Andrews, College Student, Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 531. Cheryl Foster, Nurse, Chicago, IL 532. Katherine Montes, Parent, Girls for Gender Equity, Lawrenceville, NJ 533. Nichole Springer, Graduate Student, Nashville, TN 534. Maria Macias, Painter/Student, Lansing, MI 535. Sandy Tong, Paramedic Supervisor, Dublin, CA 536. Falyn Davis, Accounting, Santa Monica, CA 537. Renea Henry, Freelance Journalist, Queens, NY


538. Ara Kim, Abode Communities, Los Angeles, CA 539. Marisa Fuentes, New York, NY 540. Adenike Walker, Educator, Philadelphia, PA 541. Leisette Rodriguez, JD, UTLA Union Representative, Long Beach, CA 542. Ryan A. Hawthorne, M.Div, Princeton Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX 543. Nicole Middleton, Communications Director, Carrie Productions, Oakland, CA 544. Karen Thompson, Staff Attorney, The Innocence Project, Brooklyn, NY 545. Valeria Spann, Retired Manager, New York, NY 546. Lovalerie King, Penn State University, University Park, PA 547. Theresa Brown, Associate, Aurora, CO 548. Betsy Edasery, Associate Consultant, Philanthropy, Brooklyn, NY 549. Francisca James Hernandez, Faculty, Tucson, AZ 550. Janaka B. Lewis, Assistant Professor of English, Charlotte, NC 551. Terrion Williamson, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 552. Atiya Husain, University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill 553. Tatyana Laird, College Student, Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 554. E. Frances White, New York University, New York, NY 555. Mary Roaf, North Arizona University faculty, Flagstaff, AZ 556. Vanessa Perez, Associate Professor, Brooklyn College - City University of New York, NY 557. Elizabeth Fernandes, Teacher, Roslindale, MA 558. Rhonda M. Gonzales, Professor of History, San Antonio, TX 559. Funmilayo Brown, Director of Development, Jersey City, NJ 560. Roshawn Wimberly, Teenager, A Long Walk Home Inc., Chicago, IL 561. Maia Hubbard, Previous A Long Walk Home intern, Chicago, IL 562. Barbara McCaskill, Associate Professor, Athens, GA 563. Breana Jeter, Attorney, Charlotte, NC 564. Samyrha Saba, Student, Los Angeles, CA 565. Jocelyne Palant, Chef/Nutrition and Diabetic, Pasadena, CA 566. Elizabeth Chin, Professor, Art Center College of Design Media Design Practices/Lab and Field, Los Angeles, CA 567. Sabrina L. Miller, Public Relations, Chicago, IL 568. Miya Yoshitani, Asian Pacific Environmental Network, Oakland, CA 569. Mary Carmen Moreno, Public School Bilingual Teacher, Chicago, IL 570. Sandy Alexandre, College Professor, Cambridge, MA 571. Brittani Jordan, College Student, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 572. Jennifer Lisa Vest, Ph.D., Philosopher, Los Angeles, CA 573. Adom Getachew, PhD Candidate, Yale University, New York, NY 574. Natasha Lightfoot, Columbia University, New York, NY 575. Lisa Covington, Girls for Gender Equity, San Diego, CA 576. Asabe Poloma, Executive Director, Institute for Recruitment of Teachers, Andover, MA 577. C. Shawn McGuffey, Professor, Boston College, Boston, MA 578. Doris Davenport, College Professor, Tuscaloosa, AL 579. Nathalie Batraville, PHD Candidate, New Haven, CT 580. Maria Lawrence, Human Resources, Newton, MA 581. Ebony Murphy-Root, Humanities teacher, Calhoun School, New York, NY 582. Deborah A. Thomas, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 583. Gina Athena Ulysses, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT


584. Dr. Marilyn Sanders Mobley, Vice President for Inclusion, Diversity, & Equal Opportunity Scholar/Educator/University Leader, Cleveland, OH 585. Koritha Mitchell, Associate Professor of English, Columbus, OH 586. Ebony Mitchell, Corporate Recruiter-Accenture, Chicago, IL 587. Sybol Anderson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, St. Mary's City, MD 588. LaVida Davia, Oak Park, IL 589. Linda Janet Holmes, Writer, Former Director of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Office of Minority and Multi-Cultural Health, Portsmouth, OH 590. Sonia M Torres, Associate Consultant; Buck Consultants, Atlanta, GA 591. Robin J Hayes, PhD, Principal Organizer, New York, NY 592. The Rev. Yejide Peters, Rector, All Saints' Episcopal Church, Briarcliff Manor, NY 593. Jalylah Burrell, PHD Candidate, Yale University, New York, NY 594. Dominique Atwood, Professional Dancer, Silver Spring, MD 595. Brandi Brimmer, Assistant Editor, Freedmen and Southern Society Project, College Park, MD 596. Haja Kakay, Non-profit professional, Brooklyn, NY 597. Marianna Lijoi, Librarian, Educator, Dayton, OH 598. Kris Sealey, Associate Professor, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT 599. Stephona Stokes, Talk Radio Host, Boston, MA 600. Liane Rozzell, Juvenile Justice Worker, Arlington, VA 601. Nefertiti Martin, Community Organizer, Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 602. Judy Yu, Associate Director, LGBTQ Youth Issues, Juvenile Justice Project of the Correctional Association of New York, New York, NY 603. Eboni Wells, The Skillman Foundation, Detroit MI 604. Tracey Chambers, Lawyer, Silver Spring, MD 605. Sharan Strange, Educator at Spelman College, Atlanta, GA 606. Nitika Raj, Resource Generation, New York, NY 607. Dr. Jonli Tunstall, UCLA, Director of Pre-College and Summer Programs/Instructor, Los Angeles, CA 608. Guilaine Vargas, Parent, Girls for Gender Equity, Monroe, NY 609. Sunny Jeanne Givens, Art Therapist, Chicago, IL 610. Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Former Executive Editor at Feministing.com, New York, NY 611. Marissa Jackson, Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering, New York University School of Law, New York, NY 612. Vanessa Jackson, President, Healing Circles, Inc., Atlanta, GA 613. Theresa Delgadillo, Professor, Columbus, OH 614. Sage Morgan-Hubbard, Academic Partnership Coordinator at Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, IL 615. Caitlin Ho, Associate, Initiatives for Girls and Women, NoVo Foundation 616. Cynthia Young, Associate Professor of English and African and African Diaspora Studies at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 617. Rachael Ibrahim, Social Work Community Organizer/Activist/Trainer, Brooklyn, NY 618. Helen S. Kim, Building Movement Project, New York, NY 619. Ange-Marie Hancock, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 620. Reena N. Goldthree, Assistant Professor of African & African American Studies, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH


621. Tanzila Ahmed, Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles, CA 622. Dereca Blackmon, Vice President, East Oakland Youth Development Center, Oakland, CA 623. Georgette Radhika Bondon, 4th Year Student of Architecture at Howard University, Burtonsville, MD 624. Donna Williams, Home Health Aide, Boston, MA 625. Jacinth Morson, Preschool Teacher, Boston, MA 626. Eve Sanford, Artist, Chicago, IL 627. Jasmine Van, Teenager, A Long Walk Home Inc., Chicago, IL 628. Sandra Elena Henriquez, Retail Manager, Boston, MA 629. Shaunda Lewis, Non Profit Management, Milton, MA 630. Kayla Lopes, United Way, Miami, FL 631. Marilyn Strickland, Grandmother, Retired Porter, East Orange, NJ 632. Beverly Heath, Artist and Life Coach, Santa Fe, NM 633. Iyabo Osiapem, Visiting Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Linguistics, Williamsburg, VA 634. Mariella Saba, Educator, Los Angeles, CA 635. Susana Morris, Co-founder, Crunk Feminist Collective Associate Professor of English, Auburn University, Atlanta, GA 636. Takeisha Gary, Accountant, Matteson, IL 637. Nicole Marroquin, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL 638. Shirelle Stroud, Young Ladies Aspiring Greatness (YLAG), Dayton, OH 639. Gwendolyn L. Singleterry, Young Ladies Aspiring Greatness (YLAG), Canton, Ohio 640. Joyce E. King, Professor, Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair of Urban Teaching, Learning & Leadership, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 641. Deiatra Yevette, Independent Film Producer, Los Angeles, CA 642. Cheryl Lucas, Social Worker, Chicago, IL 643. Marsha Horsley, University Instructor, Bloomington, IL 644. Kate Swem, Counselor, Chicago, IL 645. Susan Wilcox, Educator, New York 646. Dr. Shay Welch, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Spelman College, Atlanta, GA 647. Haleema Ahmed, Parent, Accountant, Queens, NY 648. Angelique C. Harris, Professor, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI 649. Mercy Carpenter, High School Student, Girls for Gender Equity, New York, NY 650. Marline Johnson, Art Therapy Masters Student, Chicago, IL 651. Vernellia Randall, Professor Emeritus, Dayton, OH 652. Shahara Jackson, Girls for Gender Equity Leaving Footprints, Inc., Brooklyn, NY 653. Nicole Oxendine, A Long Walk Home, Durham, NC 654. Marisa J. Stevenson, Minneapolis, MN 655. Reva Campbell, Manager, Washington, DC 656. Eden Mesfun, Student, University of Kent UK, West Orange, NJ 657. Shawnee Smith, Pediatric Therapist, Newark, NJ 658. Kaneesha Cherelle Parsard, Doctoral candidate in African American Studies, American Studies, and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT 659. Namita Goswami, Professor, Terre Haute, IN


660. Yvette Furlonge, Retired, Foxboro, MA 661. Kyra Gaunt, Ph.D., Baruch College, CUNY, New York, NY 662. Felicia Phillip, RN, Atlanta, GA 663. Ugochi Nwaogwugwu, Artist/Activist, Atlanta, GA 664. Dr. Ramatu Bangura, Program Director, Sauti Yetu Center for African Women, Bronx, NY 665. Monica A. Coleman, Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religions, Claremont, CA 666. Chloe Wayne, MoMA, New York, NY 667. Leah Roberts, Student, Madison, WI 668. Reyana Mckenzie, Grants Coordinator, New York, NY 669. Kris D. Gutierrez, Professor, Lafayette, CO 670. Paulina Raygoza, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, Anaheim, CA 671. Crystal Mitchell, Superior Court Staff, Los Angeles, CA 672. Naomi Anurag Lahiri, Social Worker, Chicago, IL 673. Mary Rutherford, Transportation, Long Beach 674. Terri L. Beeler, Retired Educator, Louisville, KY 675. Ramona Ortega, Attorney, Founder of Cidadao Global, New York, NY 676. Vilma Ortiz, Professor of Sociology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 677. Rhodessa Jones, Artist/Activist, San Francisco, CA 678. Mia Mask, Associate Professor of Film, Vassar College 679. LaKeisha L Harris, Professor, Baltimore, MD 680. Adina Porter, Actress, Los Angeles, CA 681. Sheila Stowell, Activist, East Orange, NJ 682. Shurayer Gilliam, Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 683. Rochelle Williams, Human Resources, Tucson, AZ 684. Merle McGee, Parent, Brooklyn, NY 685. Blaise Brooks, Producer/Actress, Sherman Oaks, CA 686. Teresita, Teacher, Chicago, IL 687. Aisha Abdelmula, Student, Brooklyn, NY 688. Ramona Richardson, High School Counselor, Brooklyn, NY 689. Louise Marchena, Educator, Bronx, NY 690. Tajh Sutton, Mother, Brooklyn, NY 691. Monique Pinero L.M.S.W., M.P.A., Student Support Services, Bronx, NY 692. Cyd Keser, LPN, San Rafael, CA 693. Angie Wang, Peace is Loud, New York, NY 694. Fendi Hope, Girls for Gender Equity Alum, New York, NY 695. Angela James, Professor, Los Angeles, Ca. 696. Marie Minnich, Territory Manager,Greenwood, IN 697. Darlene Walker, Grandmother, Williamstown, NJ 698. Josephine Allen, Grandmother, Retired Philadelphia, PA 699. Nnena Nwokeka, College Grad, Williamstown, NJ 700. Allison Ford, Clerk, Van Nuys, Ca. 701. Karen Ford-Paialii, Customer Care Representative, Sylmar, CA 702. Rana Walker, Special Instructor, Philadelphia, PA 703. Foluke Bennett, Educator, Philadelphia, PA 704. Melinda Singleton, Parent, Charlotte, NC 705. Yolonda Ross, Actress, New York, New York 706. Alisa Bierria, UC Berkeley, San Francisco, CA 707. Lori Payne, Business Owner, EDL Consulting, LLC. Donaldsonville, LA


708. Shellee Haynesworth, Media maker, Bowie, MD 709. Patricia Ione LLoyd, Teacher, Brooklyn NY 710. Ranjoo Herr, Professor of Philosophy, Bentley University, Waltham, MA 711. Tara Williamson, Therapist and foster parent, Charlotte, NC 712. Beatrice Darby, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Vineland, New Jersey 713. Christine Prosser, National Coalition 100 Black Women-Southern NJ, Berlin NJ 714. Najee Wilson, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Vineland, New Jersey 715. Candace, Laboratory Lead, Brooklyn, NY 716. Mary B. McLaughlin, National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Southern NJ Chapter Marlton, NJ 717. Ida Allen, Philadelphia Police Officer, Philadelphia, PA 718. Tina Botts, Philosophy professor, Charlotte, NC 719. Lori Watson, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Southern New Jersey Chapter, Inc., Sicklerville, NJ 720. Shaeeda Mensah, Pennsylvania State University, Pikesville, MD 721. Virginia "Ginny" Watson, Retiree; Republican Party Member Carneys Point, NJ, Carneys Point, NJ 722. Maxine Bagley, National Coalition of 100 Black Women Southern NJ Chapter, Williamstown, NJ 723. Safy-Hallan Farah, Writer, Minneapolis 724. Dorothy Hall, Retired direct support care provider, Bridgeton, NJ 725. Samaiyah Jahaan Jones Scott, University of Memphis graduate student, Stockbridge, GA 726. Janel Still, NCBW, Sicklerville 727. Telandria Boyd-Johnson, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, NJ 728. Rachel Lloyd, GEMS, New York, NY 729. LySandra Bracy, Secondary Education teacher if English, Berlin, NJ 730. Sandra Chavez Valencia, Mother, Las Vegas, NV 731. Olive Sampson, Civil Servant, Bowie, MD 732. Myisha Cherry, Ph.D. Student in Philosophy, University of Illinois, Chicago, Brooklyn, NY 733. Krystal Ford-Browning, Student Sylmar, CA 734. Ileana JimĂŠnez, Feminist Teacher, New York, NY 735. Kathleen R. Medley, Chief Pastoral Officer, Franklinville, NJ 736. Robin Soler, Behavioral scientist, Stone Mountain,GA 737. Tonya Murphy, Concerned citizen and mentor Williamstown, NJ 738. Alyssa Julien, Quality Assurance Engineer, Watertown, Massachusetts 739. Nithya John, Architect, Long Beach, CA 740. Kendra Overstreet-Yates, Educator, Redondo Beach, California 741. Emily McGinley, Pastor, Urban Village Church (Hyde Park | Woodlawn) Chicago, IL 742. Celeste Morris, President, MorrisAllsop Public Affairs Brooklyn, NY 743. Nia Austin-Edwards, Artist & Consultant Brooklyn 744. Mary Phillips, Lehman College, City University of New York Bronx, NY 745. Adenike Foluwole, Client care manager Cherry Hill NJ 746. Hanh Cao Yu, Social Scientist Castro Valley, CA 747. Sheila Ramsey, Self employed, Woolwich Twp NJ 748. Cyndi Yahya, Girls for Gender Equity/Student, Brooklyn, NY


749. 750. 751. Media 752. 753. 754. 755.

Tynisha Johnson, Job Developer/Sign Language Interpreter, Carson, CA Kisma Herman, Girls for Gender Equity/Student, Brooklyn, NY Dior Vargas, Production Manager of International Digital Operations at NOOK New York, NY Kodjo Gbeblewou, Aircraft Mechanic, Greensboro, NC Millicent Sparks, Performing Artist, Philadelphia, PA Abass Maucauley, LPN New Brunswick, NJ Sarah Woodley, National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Southern NJ Sicklerville NJ 756. Marilyn Louis, Black Women's Blueprint , Brooklyn, NY 757. Myralin Johnson, Retired government worker, Sicklerville , New Jersey 758. Fumi Kodia, Student, Philadelphia PA 759. Ruth Stevens-Dunckers, Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester County, NJ Williamstown NJ 760. Adebola Olouwole, Accountant, Cotonou, Benin 761. Chirylene Mims, Program Manager, Voorhees NJ 762. Debbie Henderson, Director, Allentown, NJ 763. Dorry Gardner, Lawyer, Somerset, NJ 764. Dr. Laura C. McIntyre, Retired teacher from public and private education. Presently, math instructor at University of Akron and National College. Life-time member of NAACP; NEA; AARP; DELTA; PHI DELTA KAPPA; mother of 3 adults, and grandmother of 3 young adults; Canton, Ohio 765. J. Cuevas, Professor San Antonio, TX 766. Maxine Dennison, Member National Coalition of 100 Black Women Pennsauken, NJ 767. Duhirwe Rushemeza, Visual Artist, New York, New York 768. Gina Burton, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Williamstown, NJ 769. Colette Phillips, President & CEO Colette Phillips, Communications Inc., Boston, MA 770. Barbara McRay, Retired City employee, Collingswood, NJ 771. Kim C. Lopez, MSW Psychiatric Social Worker Williamstown, NJ 772. Ashley Ford, Accountant New Carrollton, MD 773. Algiers Holmes, Entrepreneur, Lawnside, New Jersey 774. Tamika Harvey, NCBW, Clementon, NJ 775. Elizabeth Miller, Chief, Adolescent Medicine, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Pittsburgh, PA 776. Imani Uzuri, Singer/Songwriter, New York, NY 777. Sandra Park, Esq., NY, NY 778. Monica Dennis, Co-Director of Spirit of A Woman Leadership Development Institute, Brooklyn, NY 779. Nicole Job, President of Community Education Council for School District 17, Brooklyn, NY 780. Wilna Julmiste Taylor, Graduate Student, Drexel University Cherry Hill, NJ 781. Ellen Tappin, United States Postal Service Hyattsville, MD 782. Maureen Ahmed, Gender Rights Specialist, Non-Profit Young Professional New York, NY 783. Michelle Y. Thompson, Community Minister (Judson Memorial Church, NYC) Princeton, NJ 784. Jennifer Fouche, Actor, New York


785. Gerry Radcliffe, RN Canton Community Clinic, FQCA, Canton,Ohio 786. Giovanna Tringali, Real Estate, Los Angeles, CA 787. Evelyn Crawford, Cultural Arts Consultant, Atlanta GA 788. Ananda Sattwa, Retired, El Cerrito, CA 789. Yambeli Gomez, Education Organizer, Brooklyn, NY 790. Carol Brunson Day, PhD, Past President of National Black Child Development Institute, Silver Spring, MD 791. Lisa Beeler-Smith, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Collegeville, PA 792. Desiree Valentine, Penn State University, State College, PA 793. Mary M. Benjamin, Southside Area Democratic Women and Associates Club, Stony Creek, VA 794. Ayeshah Lacy, Mortgage Loan Specialist, Jefferson, PA 795. Onyx Stone, Pastor, Princeton, NJ 796. Stephanie C. Merryfield, Graduate student, South Bend, IN 797. Meilan Carter-Gilkey, Program Manager El Cerrito CA 798. Diane Harriford, Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY 799. Tesa Wilson, President, Community Education Council D14, Brooklyn, NY 800. Zakiyah Ansari, Advocacy Director, Alliance for Quality Education, New York, NY 801. Nisha Parekh, Studenty -- UCLA Law School Los Angeles, CA 802. Lacy L. Fields, Maslow Media Group Inc.-Production Assistant Brooklyn, New York 803. Kathleen Elaine Washington, Activist, Consultant, Tacoma Park, MD 804. LaQuashia Seaberry, Peer advocate, Brooklyn NY 805. Rachel Pfeffer, Founder. Center for Young Women's Development, San Francisco, CA 806. Margot Dashiell, Sociology Instructor, Peralta Community Colleges in Oakland, California, Retired. Berkeley, California 807. Lydia Kelow-Bennett, Doctoral Student Africana Studies Brown University, Providence, RI 808. Bibi Gnagno, Fulbright Fellow, Durham, NC 809. Clarisa James, Executive Director,DIVAS for Social Justice New York, NY 810. Fiorella Guevara, Program Associate, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, New York, NY 811. Terri Scott, RN, Silver Spring, MD 812. Sharon Smith, CEO/President, Parents Unified for Local School Education Newark, NJ 813. María C. Fernández, Senior Coordinator, Urban Youth Collaborative (UYC), Bronx, NY 814. Quasé Beasley, Crisis Intervention Team Member, New York, NY 815. Bev Thomas, Programs/ Recreational Center programs that includes weekends, access to quality Health/Dental Care/ Family Counseling, Baltimore, MD 816. Tevina Willis, Social Organizer and Advocate, New York, NY 817. Zakia Henderson-Brown, Editor, Brooklyn, NY 818. Kimberly Butler, Stay at home mother, Nantes, France 819. Legertha Butler-Walton, Retired 3rd grade teacher, Las Vegas, NV 820. Nydia A Swaby, PhD Candidate, SOAS University of London 821. Cleo A Lucas, Retired, Canton, OH


822. Regina N. Bradley, Ph.D, Researcher, African American Literature and Culture, Austell, GA 823. Andrea Gordon, Accountant, Miami Beach, FL 824. Ariana Proehl, Know This! TV, Brooklyn, NY 825. Nina Angela Mercer, Mother/Cultural Worker/Playwright/Professor, Bronx, NY 826. Rosa Alicia Clemente, Green Party VP Candidate 2008, Amherst, MA 827. Kellee Halford, Intellectual Consortium Uncovered, Clarksville 828. Dr. Yaba Blay, Co-Director and Assistant Teaching Professor of Africana Studies, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 829. Amrita Chakrabarti Myers, Associate Professor of History, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 830. Erica Hill, Occupational Therapist, Dacula, GA 831. Kendra Ross, Musician/Entertainment Professional/Scholar, Brooklyn, NY 832. Tanya Shields, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Durham, NC 833. Kezia Woodson, Attorney, Pittsburgh, PA 834. Conseula Francis, Director, African American Studies, Associate Professor, English College of Charleston, Charleston, SC 835. Dr. Christa J. Porter, Assistant Professor, Educational Administration, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI 836. Tamisha Moore, Citizen, Pennsauken, NJ 837. Gail Arthurs Krahenbuhl, Faculty, Triton Community College, IL, Associate Pastor, Wheaton Christian Center Church, IL, River Grove, IL 838. Karsonya Wise Whitehead, Assistant Professor, Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MD 839. Shirelle Nicole Francis, IT Engagement Manager, San Antonio, TX 840. Leamonica Brown, Speech-Language Pathologist, Austell, GA 841. Nicole DeLoatch, Academic Advisor, Burtonsville, MD 842. TaNesha Barnes, Educator, Activist, CEO, T.Barnes Beauty, LLC, Bethel, CT 843. Dara Walker, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 844. Marsha Jean-Charles, Graduate Student & Youth Organizer, Brooklyn, NY 845. Jessica Disu, Special Projects Lead: Chicago Ideas Week, Chicago, IL 846. Uraidah Hassani, Founder and Executive Director of The Women Worldwide Initiative, Inc., New York, NY 847. Ronique C. Richburg, Girls for Gender Equity, Staten Island, NY 848. Joycelyn Wilson, Professor, Atlanta, GA 849. Alicia Crayton Fields, Case Manager, Fresh Meadows New York 850. Iris Jacob, Social Justice Consultant, Washington DC 851. Noreen Hollingsworth, Law Enforcement, Jamaica, NY 852. Nuala Cabral, FAAN Mail, Philadelphia, PA 853. Erica Woods Tucker, Duke University Graduate Student, Writer, Blogger, Raleigh, NC 854. Daphne Brooks, Professor of English and African American Studies, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 855. Rebecca Williams, College Professor, Essex County College, New Jersey, Plainview, NJ 856. Ana Alvarez, Assistant Director, Institute for Law and Public Affairs, University of Texas at San Antonio 857. Dalila de Sousa, Professor, Atlanta, GA 858. Aisha Durham, PhD, Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL


859. Darcy-Tell Morales, YWCA NYC, New York, NY 860. Deanna Zandt, Author, "Share This!"; Co-Founder/Partner, Lux Digital, Brooklyn, NY 861. Danielle Moodie-Mills, Politini Media, Washington DC 862. Alexis Pierre-Louis, Accounting Technician, St. Louis, MO 863. Bix G, Communications, Brooklyn, NY 864. Valerie Kinloch, Professor, Literacy Studies, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 865. Je-Shawna Wholley, Silver Spring, MD 866. Tracey Salusbury, Assistant Professor, Indianapolis, IN 867. Leslie Harris, Associate Professor, History and African American Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 868. Robina Niaz, Founder/Executive Director Turning Point for Women and Families, Flushing, NY 869. Sarena Holder, Attorney, Shaker Heights, OH 870. Sophia Jordรกn Wallace, Assistant Professor, Rutgers University, Brooklyn, NY 871. JP Howard, Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon, Curator, Brooklyn, NY 872. Sherie Randolph, Asst. Professor University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 873. Barbara B. Richardson, Ph.D., Retired clinical social worker and early childhood college professor, Smithfield, VA 874. Andrea Pegram, paralegal business owner, Newport News, Virginia 875. Joanne Braxton, Ph.D., Professor of English & Humanities, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 876. Carla E. Banks, Minister, Chicago, IL 877. Jane Rhodes, College Professor, St. Paul, MN 878. Jennifer Williams, Assistant Professor, Baltimore, MD 879. Angela Ards, Assistant Professor of English, Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX 880. Dr. Kesho Y. Scott, Associate Professor of Sociology and American Studies, Grinnell Iowa 881. Mayowa Obasaju, PhD, Psychologist, New York, NY 882. Shaunee Morgan, Legal Advocate, New York, NY 883. Jacqueline Jones Royster, Ivan Allen Jr. Chair in Liberal Arts and Technology and Dean, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 884. Ebonie Smith, Music Producer/Audio Engineer, New York, NY 885. Dominique Mitchell, The Brotherhood Sister Sol, New York, NY 886. Nagueyalti Warren, Professor, Emory University Dept. Of African American Studies, Atlanta, GA 887. Sierra Garcia, Student, Madison, WI 888. Dr Sabiyha Prince, Author/Anthropologist, Columbia, MD 889. Jessica Charles, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Boston, MA 890. Gina Dent, UC Santa Cruz, Oakland, CA 891. Yokasta Tineo, Columbia University Medical Center Research Assistant, Licensed Massage Therapist, New York, NY 892. Linda M. Perkins, Associate University Professor and Director of Applied Women's Studies, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA 893. Tamika L. Carey, University at Albany, Albany, NY 894. Adowa Harris-Upshaw, stay at home mom, Victorville, CA


895. Ti'moune Bintijuwa, folk artist; music maven; cultural purveyor 896. Duchess Harris, JD, PhD, Saint Paul, MN 897. Lisa Arrastia, Lecturer, University at Albany (SUNY), West Hurley, NY 898. Mattie McKines, AmeriCorps* VISTA Leader serving in Northwestern PA at Allegheny College, Erie, PA 899. Tricia Ferdinand, Composition teacher, Ellicott City, MD 900. Maureen Jackson, Director of Finance and Operations also Board Member for non for profit A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 901. Mallika Dutt, Breakthrough, New York, NY 902. Fadwa Abbas, Teacher, Brooklyn, NY 903. C. Nicole Mason, PhD, Executive Director of the Center for Research and Policy in the Public Interest (CR2PI) and Visiting Professor, Spelman College, New York, NY 904. Camilo E. Mejia, Writer, Miami, FL 905. N'Dri Assie-Lumumba, Professor, Cornell University, Africana Studies and Research Center, Ithaca, NY 906. Marcia Olivo, Miami Workers Center/Sisterhood of Survivors, Miami, FL 907. DoVeanna Fulton, Dean College of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Houston-Downtown, Manvel, TX 908. Tonya Rapley, Founder of My Fab Finance, Brooklyn, New York 909. Carole Lee, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 910. Nan Stoops, Concerned parent, Seattle, WA 911. Noelle Trent, PhD candidate, Howard University, Bowie, MD 912. Natasha Capers, District 23 Community Educational Council, 2nd VicePresident, Brooklyn, NY 913. Riche' Daniel Barnes, Smith College Professor of Afro-American Studies, Northampton, MA 914. Lourdes Ashley Hunter, MPA, Co-Founder, Trans Women of Color Collective of Greater New York, New York, NY 915. Beverly Moss, Professor, Westerville, OH 916. Fawzia Afzal-Khan, Professor, Montclair State University, NJ, Ossining, NY 917. Jamila Bey, Director of Communications Secular Student Alliance, Washington DC 918. Lisi Lau, Community Organizer, Miami, FL 919. Laura JimĂŠnez, Executive Director California Latinas for Reproductive Justice, Los Angeles, CA 920. Vickie R. Williams, Executive Director of Op. Door Communications, Hampton, VA 921. Erika Cordova, Mi Lola, Miami, FL 922. Lis-Marie Alvarado, Community Organizer, Homestead, FL 923. Jazmine Walker, Echoing Ida, Asheville, NC 924. Shelby F. Lewis, African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA), Atlanta, GA 925. Ruby-Beth Buitekant, Youth Organizing To Save Our Streets, Brooklyn, NY 926. Jacqueline Velez, Correctional Association of New York, Brooklyn, NY 927. Holly Smith, Archivist, Atlanta, GA 928. Grace Sparapani, Student, Poughkeepsie, NY 929. Jennifer Stoever, Professor of English at SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, NY 930. Cassandra Medley, Professor and writer, New York, NY 931. L Keller, Personal Archivist/Historian, Oakland, CA


932. Tynesha McHarris, Brooklyn Community Foundation, New York, NY 933. Jaya Vasandani, Women in Prison Project Associate Director, Correctional Association of NY, New York, NY 934. Iris Ruiz, UC Merced, Clovis, CA 935. Phyllis Coursey, Retired, Sicklerville, NJ 936. Tameka Ramsey, Associate Producer, Rhinecliff, NY 937. Sunny Clifford, Reproductive justice activist and featured in the film, "Young Lakota�, Oceanside, CA 938. Courtney D. Marshall, Assistant Professor, English and Women's Studies, University of New Hampshire, Rochester, NH 939. Shahara'Tova Dente, Doctoral Candidate, Tuscaloosa, AL 940. Stacey Muhammad, Filmmaker, New York Women in Film, Brooklyn, NY 941. LaGuana Gray, Assistant Professor, San Antonio, TX 942. Kaila Adia Story, Associate Professor, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 943. Karen Clay, Retired Educator, Williamstown, MA 944. Ayana Weekley, Assistant Professor, Grand Rapids, MI 945. Dr. Sylvia Chan-Malik, Assistant Professor, Departments of American Studies and Women's and Gender Studies, Director, Women of Color Scholars Initiative (WoCSCI), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ 946. Nicole Matthews, Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition, Saint Paul, MN 947. Kawana Mitchell, Director of Surgical Services RN, GA 948. Soyica Colbert, Georgetown University, Arlington, VA 949. Maia Wheeler, Art Therapist, Chicago, IL 950. Kirsten West Savali, Writer, Editor, Cultural Critic, Natchez, MS 951. Lisa Factora-Borchers, Writer & Editor of Anthology, "Dear Sister: Letters from Survivors of Sexual Violence", Cleveland, OH 952. The Rev. Wil Gafney, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible Brite Divinity School, Ft. Worth, TX 953. Tanisha M. Ranger, Licensed Psychologist, Philadelphia, PA 954. Ann Burnett, Professor, Moorhead, MN 955. Evelyne Laurent-Perrault, Ph.D. Candidate, History Department NYU, Visiting Instructor, Haverford College 2014-2015, Philadelphia, PA 956. Rachel Elizabeth Harding, The Veterans of Hope Project, Denver, CO 957. Nina Moreno, Moreno & Associates, Philadelphia, PA 958. Catherine Squires, Professor, St. Paul, MN 959. Sonia Zuniga, Consultant, San Antonio, TX 960. Karen E Williamson, Health Care Consultant, Washington, DC 961. Natacha Magloire, Project Manager, Pembroke Pines, FL 962. Grace Vargas, Office Assistant, Princeton, NJ 963. Leslie D Callahan, Pastor, St Paul's Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA 964. S Oliver, Educator, Princeton, NJ 965. Autumn Robinson, Sony Music Group & Indie Documentary Filmmaker, New York, NY 966. Joan P. Gibbs, Esq., Center for Law and Social Justice, Medgar Evers College, CUNY, Brooklyn, New York 967. Gwendolyn Zoharah Simmons, PhD, Activist and College Professor, Gainesville, FL 968. Andrea Ramsey, Diversity Coordinator, Canton, OH


969. Rev. Dr. Traci C. West, Professor of Ethics and African American Studies and United Methodist Clergy, Morris Plains, NJ 970. Brittney Oliver, Director of the Younger Women’s Task Force: Baltimore Chapter, Baltimore, MD 971. Ceola Wallace, Cashier, Cleveland, OH 972. Helen L. Stewart, PhD., Retired Educator and Business Consultant, Honolulu, HI 973. Lisa Diane White, Director of Programs, SisterLove Inc., Atlanta, GA 974. Chime Dolma, Teacher, Girls for Gender Equity Alum, Uncasville, Connecticut 975. Aliana Lopez, Manager at Sonic, Girls for Gender Equity Alum, Brownsville, PA 976. Elizabeth Jones, Attorney, Doctoral Fellow at University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 977. Bettina L. Love, PhD., Assistant Professor, University of Georgia, Department of Educational Theory and Practice, Atlanta, GA 978. Milanda McGinnis, Dance Educator, Greensboro, NC 979. Maisha Beasley, Director of Parent and Family Programs, Los Angeles, CA 980. Amma Whatt, Recording artist and songwriter, Brooklyn, NY 981. Rosetta E. Ross, Professor, Atlanta, GA 982. Collette Carter, Community Organizer, Atlanta, GA 983. Stacey M. Brewer, Girl Friends Inc., Kew Gardens, NY 984. Barbara Houtman, Retired, Atlanta, GA 985. Orriel L. Richardson, Attorney/Civil Servant, Washington, DC 986. Dr. Betty M. Lovelace-Ross, Higher Education Administrator, Blacklick, OH 987. Tashon Haywood, Educator/High School Principal, Brooklyn, NY 988. Zeinabu Davis, Professor and Independent Filmmaker, Communication Dept. UCSD, San Diego, CA 989. Sade Adeeyo, Researcher, Washington, DC 990. Amita Swadhin, Los Angeles Executive Director, Peer Health Exchange, Los Angeles, CA 991. Sonjia Joseph, Preschool Teacher/Owner, New Orleans, LA 992. J. Runea Hill, Community Worker, Warner Robins, GA 993. Ebonie Lewis Bradford, Chicago Line Producer, Breaking the Silence: Passing the Mic to Our Daughters, Chicago, IL 994. Dr. Carolyn Ash, Diversity Consultant, Denver, CO 995. Joyce Hobson Johnson, Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, Inc., Greensboro, NC 996. Ruby Sales, Activist, Founder/Director The SpiritHouse Project, Atlanta, GA 997. Siobhan Carter-David, Assistant Professor, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT 998. Carolle Charles, Professor, Brooklyn, NY 999. Yvonne M. Shirley, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, NY 1000. Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University, Bethlehem, PA 1001. Cynthia R. Greenlee, Writer and Doctoral Candidate, Duke University, Durham, NC 1002. Tandra Brown, Social Worker, Washington, D.C. 1003. Funmi Showole, Attorney & Researcher, Los Angeles, CA 1004. Kiana Robinson, CPR Instructor, Walkersville, MD


1005. Pier Smith, Executive Assistant, Chicago, IL 1006. Melva Sampson, Minister and Scholar, Atlanta, GA 1007. Roxana Walker-Canton, University Professor, Hamden, CT 1008. Dr. Keisha L. Green, Assistant Professor of Secondary English Education, Amherst, MA 1009. Ashara Ekundayo, Co-founder/Chief Creative Officer, Impact Hub Oakland, Oakland, CA 1010. Keri L. Day, Assistant Professor of Ethics at Brite Divinity School, TCU, Fort Worth, TX 1011. Sonja Ebron, Tampa, FL 1012. LaMonda Horton-Stallings, Associate Professor, Indiana University, Indiana 1013. Betsy Eudey, Professor, Gender Studies, California State University Stanislaus, Stockton, CA 1014. Adjoa Jones de Almeida, Arts educator, SistaIISista Collective member, Brooklyn, NY 1015. Kellee Montgomery, Office Manager, Dorchester, MA 1016. Bonnie V. Winston, Writer, Williamsburg, VA 1017. Shannon Miller, Assistant Professor, Department of Gender and Women's Studies, Minnesota State University, Mankato 1018. Stephanie L Patrick, Elementary Middle School Administrator, Canton, OH 1019. Candace Laughinghouse, Doctoral Student - Theology, Raleigh, NC 1020. Lehna Huie, Teacher, Daughter, Brooklyn, NY 1021. Bernadine Hernandez, PhD Candidate at University of California - San Diego 1022. Noor Mir, Anti-war organizer, Washington, DC 1023. Lorrie Johnson, Parent, Girls for Gender Equity, Spring, Texas 1024. Ivuoma Onyeador, Doctoral Student Social Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1025. Haniya Mir, Student, Duke University Law School, Durham, NC 1026. Sienna Pinderhughes, Image Maker, New Orleans, LA 1027. Sonali Gulati, Associate Professor Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 1028. Jasmin Eversley-Danso, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Piscataway, NJ 1029. Dr. Jennifer Freeman-Marshall, Assistant Professor of English, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 1030. Piya Chatterjee, Activist and Dorothy Cruickshank Backstrand Chair of Gender and Women's Studies, Scripps College, Riverside, CA 1031. Tracy Fisher, Professor, Riverside, CA 1032. Jeania Ree Moore, Student, Atlanta, GA 1033. Tracey A. Matthews, Center for the Study of Race, Politics & Culture, University of Chicago, IL 1034. Kimberly Gadlin, Pomona College Dance Professor & Dance Movement Consultant, Montclair, CA 1035. Eileen Hudon, Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition, Board Member, St. Paul, MN 1036. Asha Bandele, Author, Mother, Brooklyn, NY 1037. Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, Professor, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 1038. Brandee Dangler, Zeta Phi Beta, Philadelphia, PA 1039. Leigh Mosley, Photographer, Washington DC 1040. Michelle S. Johnson, Executive Director, Kalamazoo, MI 1041. Carole Boyce Davies, Professor, Ithaca, NY


1042. Mary Anne Adams, ZAMI NOBLA: National Organization of Black Lesbians on Aging, Atlanta, GA 1043. Joanne M. Braxton, Ph.D. University Professor, Author and Interfaith Chaplain, Brooklyn, NY 1044. Prudence Carter, Professor, Belmont, CA 1045. Lillien Waller, Writer, Detroit, MI 1046. Regine O. Jackson, Associate Professor of Sociology & Africana Studies, Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA 1047. Amina Wadud, Visiting Scholar, Starr King School for the Ministry, Oakland, CA 1048. Jennifer Lee, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Irvine 1049. Paula Moya, Professor, Stanford University,Stanford, CA 1050. Gina Cascino, Administrative Assistant - The Correctional Association of New York 1051. Jacqueline Irving, Assistant Dean of Multicultural Student Initiatives, Chester PA 1052. Lisa Anderson, Educator, New York 1053. Alicia J. Lochard, Doctoral student, Department of Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1054. Wendy Covington, Speech Pathologist, Raleigh, NC 1055. Wadia Gardiner, Technical supporter; software, Philadelphia, PA 1056. Cara Page, Organizer, Brooklyn, NY 1057. Nia Oden, Full-time college student athlete at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Affiliated with Girls for Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY 1058. Tamika Middleton, Community Organizer, Birthworker, Atlanta, GA 1059. Pratibha Parmar, Filmmaker / Educator, Emeryville, CA 1060. Robyn Spencer, History Dept, Lehman College, Bronx, NY 1061. Cherie Harris, Producer's Assistant, Inglewood, CA 1062. Margaret Washington, Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1063. Felecia Commodore, Doctoral Student/Research Assistant, Philadelphia, PA 1064. N.M. Carter, Professor, Philadelphia, PA 1065. Laura R Barraclough, Assistant Professor of American Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT 1066. Asena Terry, MSW, New Brunswick, NJ 1067. Genevieve Carpio, Postdoc, History Department, Yale University, New Haven, CT 1068. Thomandra S Sam, Licensed Psychologist, Houston, TX 1069. Janelle Scott, Licensed Psychologist, Berkeley, CA 1070. La Keisha Leek, Arts Administrator, Chicago, IL 1071. Lois Ann Hall, Contract Administrator, Sylmar, CA 1072. Sarah Omojola, Public Counsel, Oakland, CA 1073. Charmaine Nicole Bee, Self - Employed (Visual Artist), Brooklyn, NY 1074. Annis Rachel Sands, Left Forum, panel outreach organizer; recent Dartmouth College graduate, Elmont NY 1075. Tiona McClodden, Harriet's Gun Media, Philadelphia, PA 1076. Regina Freer, Professor, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA 1077. Savannah Wood, Artist, Black Ink Book Exchange, Chicago, IL 1078. Beth E. Richie, Professor and Activist, Chicago, IL 1079. Daniellle Moss Lee, Chief Executive Officer of the YWCA of the City of New York


1080. Joyce Wright-McAdoo, Retiree, Sicklerville, NJ 1081. Grace Sanders Johnson, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1082. Barbara Carter, Executive Assistant, Columbus, OH 1083. Margaret Counts-Spriggs, Social Work Professor-Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA 1084. Sequoia Maner, PhD Candidate, Austin, TX 1085. Dr. LeConte J. Dill, Assistant Professor, SUNY Downstate School of Public Health, Brooklyn, NY 1086. Bianca C. Williams, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Denver, CO 1087. Keisha S. Haywood, Ph.D, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 1088. Katherine MartĂ­nez, Student, Bronx, NY 1089. Bree Figueroa, Walker Coach - AFSP, New York, NY 1090. Kaye Thompson-Rogers, Academia, Roxboro, NC 1091. Samira A. Abdur-Rahman, Graduate Student, Rutgers University, Clayton, NJ 1092. Tina Dove, Social Justice Advocate, Falls Church, VA 1093. Dr. Tiffany G. Porter, Clinical Counselor, Stow, OH 1094. Thomasa Mclemore, Grandmother, Kent, WA 1095. Rachel Wood, Retired Teacher, Boston, MA 1096. Papaya Mann, Business Consultant, Washington DC 1097. Jennifer Richardson, Professor, Chicago, IL 1098. Jamey Hatley, Writer, Memphis, TN 1099. Tarcia Johnson, BSL, Plano, TX 1100. Cynthia Totten, Lawyer, Washington 1101. Erica Kierulf, Ph.D. Candidate in Cultural Ethics, Womanist Theology, Black Women's Visual Art at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, VA 1102. Kimberly Griffin, Professor, Berwyn Heights, MD 1103. Christiana Q. James NY,NY 1104. Ayana Williford, MSW 1105. Alicia McGhee, Writer, blogger, activist Chicago, IL 1106. Angela Kirkland, Loan counselor Harrisburg, PA 1107. Michelle A Shabazz-Schultz, NJ Dept of Labor, Hillsborough, NJ 1108. Karma Mayet Johnson, Artist, Brooklyn, NY 1109. Iesha Sekou, CEO of Street Corner Resource, NY, NY 1110. Marie Ali, ICN Unit Secretary, Philadelphia, PA 1111. Tanya Marie Bonner, Writer, Filmmaker, Social Policy, New York, NY 1112. Janine Jackson, FAIR, New York, NY 1113. Fofie Amina Bashir, Operations San Diego, CA 1114. Earthlyn Manuel, Zen Buddhist Priest, Oakland, CA 1115. Amber Champ, Recent Grad, Manassas, VA 1116. Lisa Young, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 1117. Samantha Ng, Student, New York City, New York 1118. Ricci Levy, Executive Director, Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance, Washington DC 1119. Krystina Francois, Non profit professional, Miami, FL 1120. Kiwanda Reid, Non Partisan, Los Angeles, CA 1121. Unique Faggins, Student Los Angeles, CA 1122. Katrina Debnam, Professor, Baltimore, MD 1123. Rodrecas Davis, Assistant Professor, Monroe LA


1124. Jacki House, Student, Lancaster, CA 1125. Rachel Walden Cranston, Educator, New York, NY 1126. Dolores Tejada, Disabled Community Organizer, Hayward CA 1127. Nona Simmons, Photographer, Brooklyn, NY 1128. Veronica Byrd, Director of Communications, Washington, D.C. 1129. Fayemi Shakur, Newark, New Jersey, Newark 1130. Suzanne Boswell, Graduate student, New York 1131. Keeshia, Social worker, Oakland CA 1132. Sarah, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, la 1133. Ingrid McLaughlin, Professor, Baltimore, Maryland 1134. Felicia Jones, Sales Clerk, Austin TX 1135. Kim Mohiuddin, writer, Chicago, IL 1136. Armanthia Duncan, PhD student, UMASS-Amherst, Amherst, MA 1137. Novena Riojas, social worker, NY 1138. Tera W. Hunter, Professor, History and Center for African American Studies, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 1139. Angela Walker, school bus driver, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1140. Polly Long, graduate student, dayton, oh 1141. Maria S. Johnson, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 1142. Chavon Hamilton, Public Health, Boston, MA 1143. Brenishia Shepherd, Outreach Analyst/Social Support Media, Dallas, TX 1144. Juanita Stewart-Brown Executive Producer Women for Progress Radio, Jackson, MS 1145. Micaela Rios, Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence, Boise, ID 1146. Dana Pride Jones, Program Coordinator, Atlanta, GA 1147. Candice Wells, College Student, Chicago, IL 1148. Saroya Corbett, Dance Artist/Teaching Artist, Philadelphia, PA 1149. Marshelle Giggles-Mills, Theater producer/Playwright, Canoga Park, CA 1150. Anu Bhagwati, Executive Director, Service Women's Action Network, Former Marine Corps Captain, New York, NY 1151. Dr. Shanesha Brooks-Tatum, Visiting Scholar, Agnes Scott College, Founder and President, Black Women's Life Balance and Wellness Conference, Atlanta, GA 1152. Aleta Alston-Toure', New Jim Crow Movement (Jax), Jacksonville, FL 1153. Shaun D. Blayton, Social Worker/Director Of Borough Operations, New York, NY 1154. Ada Dieke, Prevention Specialist, San Antonio, TX 1155. Trisha Ananiades, Attorney, Pasadena, CA 1156. Frances Hoover, School Administrator, Philadelphia, PA 1157. Carla Stokes, Ph.D., Founder of Helping Our Teen Girls In Real Life Situations, Inc. (HOTGIRLS), Atlanta, GA 1158. Linda Carty, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 1159. Pamela Quintin, Educational Consultant, Alverne, NY 1160. Alexandra Cornelius, Florida International University, Cooper City, FL 1161. Erika Bullock, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 1162. Rose-Lynn Scott, Educator, Oakland, CA 1163. Sikivu Hutchinson, Women's Leadership Project/Black Skeptics Group, Los Angeles, CA 1164. Archi Pyati, Attorney, Falls Church, VA 1165. Linda Burnham, Activist and Writer, Oakland, CA


1166. Victoria Ford, Student, Piedmont 1167. Janet Wallace, Unemployed, Oakland, CA 1168. Danee K Still, Entrepreneur, Brooklyn, NY 1169. Robin Ramson, Chess Girls DC, Washington, DC 1170. Farah Tanis, Co-Founder, Executive Director, Black Women's Blueprint, Brooklyn, NY 1171. Alice Kim, Chicago Torture Justice Memorial Project, Chicago, IL 1172. Patricia D. Raspberry, Ph.D., Principal, Black Raspberry Consumer Insights, Washington DC 1173. RenĂŠe Redd, Psychologist, Evanston, IL 1174. Corrine Sanchez, Executive Director, Tewa Women United, Espanola, NM 1175. Cherise Charleswell MPH, The Hampton Institute, North Hills, NY 1176. Saundra Mills MD, Physician, Oakland, CA 1177. Ileia Burgos, Organization for a Free Society, Brooklyn, NY 1178. Diann Johnson, Economic Development Professional, Columbus, OH 1179. Mihee Kim-Kort, PCUSA Clergy, Bloomington, IN 1180. Colleen Hardin, Personnel Analyst, Sacramento, CA 1181. Emily M. Belcher, Librarian for African American Studies, Princeton University, NJ 1182. Jaime-Jin Lewis, Executive Director, Border Crossers, New York, NY 1183. Anna Martine Whitehead, Fitness instructor, Los Angeles, CA 1184. Shannen Dee Williams, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, Cleveland, OH 1185. Rhonda Evans, Attorney, Bronx, New York 1186. Elizabeth Alexander, Student, Chicago, IL 1187. Kyndall Clark, Special Education Teacher, Philadelphia, PA 1188. Carrie Figdor, Professor, Iowa City, IA 1189. Debbie Fox, Domestic Violence Program Specialist, 1190. Luciana Hall-Pearson, Higher Education Administrator, New Rochelle, NY 1191. Nicole Chandler, Community Engagement Office, Dorchester, MA 1192. Elena Gutierrez, Associate Professor, University of Illinois, Chicago 1193. Kidada Williams, Professor, Detroit, MI 1194. Nikki Harris, Law School Career Advisor, Las Vegas, NV 1195. Kellie Pryor, Director of Talent, Las Vegas, NV 1196. Avis Jones-DeWeever, President & CEO, Incite Unlimited, Woodbridge, VA 1197. Shaunta Simone Williams, Substitute Teacher of Mobile County Public Schools, Mobile, AL 1198. Khadija Khan, Georgetown University, Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence, Boise, ID 1199. Chinonye Chukwu, Assistant Professor of Film Production, Wright State University, Dayton, OH 1200. Sophia Domeville, Artist and Art Educator, Newark, NJ 1201. Joan Countryman, Retired, Chair, Kendal Corporation Board of Directors, Philadelphia, PA 1202. Alexis Hudson, Student at Grinnell College, Chicago, IL 1203. Fatima Tall, Teen Activist for the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, Caldwell, ID 1204. Dulce Reyes, Community educator/activist, Miami, FL 1205. Debra J. Dickerson, Public Intellectual, Washington DC 1206. Brita Bucklin, Disabled, East Lansing, MI


1207. Caryl Nunez, Ph.D Candidate, Providence, RI 1208. Kimberly Morris, Sales Associate for Diamond Wireless, Verizon Authorized Dealer, West Springfield, MA 1209. Lisa Harrison, Assistant Professor, Athens, MA 1210. Angela Ferrell-Zabala, Program Director, Washington DC 1211. Kimberly Moss, Workforce Development Administrator, Stow, OH 1212. Gisela Brake-Sillรก, Filmmaker, Philadelphia, PA 1213. Sherard Van Dyke, Artist, Amsterdam, Holland 1214. Theotis Daniels, Self-employed, Spencerport, NY 1215. Sue Davies, Retired, Philo, CA 1216. Stephanie Smallwood, Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1217. Analena Hope, USC, Los Angeles, CA 1218. Cristina Alvarado, UCLA BruinCorps VISTA, Carson, CA 1219. Eve Lorane Brown, Social Psychologist and Scholar of African American and Women's/Gender Studies, Oakland, CA 1220. Celsa Snead, Attorney, Oakland, CA 1221. Le Rhonda Greats, Teacher, Princeton, NJ 1222. Sevonna Brown, Williams College, New York, NY 1223. Dr. Ama R. Saran, College Professor, University of Southern California School of Social Work , Georgetown, South Carolina 1224. Jaimie Phillip, Student, Brooklyn, NY 1225. Linda L House, CPA, Philadelphia, PA 1226. Megan June, Dancer, Las Vegas, ND 1227. Delia Llanas, Administrative Assistant University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, ND 1228. Amisha Patel, Executive Director, Grassroots Collaborative, Chicago, IL 1229. Latoya Gardner, Law Student & Member, Collegium of Black Women Philosophers, Charlotte, NC 1230. Tammy Peay, Entertainer, Entrepreneur, New York and Pennsylvania 1231. Jamilah Lemieux, Senior Editor, Digital-EBONY, Brooklyn, NY 1232. Natalia Tucker, Student, Researcher, Doctor, et cetera, St. Louis, MO 1233. Micaela De Leon, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated-Chi Eta Zeta Chapter, Malden, MA 1234. Toshi Reagon, Musician @ Music For Your Life, Brooklyn, NY 1235. Stephanie de Wolfe, Program Manager, Charlottesville, VA 1236. Lodz Joseph, Doula, Brooklyn, NY 1237. Jade Sasser, Assistant Professor, Riverside, CA 1238. Desiree Grant, Realtor, Weston, FL 1239. Julie Richards, Saint Paul Public Schools, River Falls, WI 1240. Shakira Hill, Educator, Mount Pleasant, MI 1241. Dana Mangum, NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Chapel Hill, NC 1242. Gloria Ladson-Billings, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 1243. Katara Jordan, Attorney, Seattle, WA 1244. Patrice L. Dickerson, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 1245. Rosalyne Smith, Entertainment, Los Angeles, CA 1246. Wanda McNeil, Community Transition Liaison, Providence, RI 1247. Ash Tai, Performance Artist, Brooklyn, NY 1248. Jennifer Thanos, Student, Chicago, IL 1249. Lisa Ze Winters, Wayne State University, Oak Park, MI


1250. Jessica Moye, Activist, Far Rockaway, NY 1251. Georgette Russell, Student, New York, NY 1252. Gianna Maita, Student, Fair Haven, NJ 1253. Cynthia Cabot, Executive Director, Hagatna, GU 1254. C Fortune, Consultant, New York, NY 1255. Keisha Ware, Attorney, Dallas, TX 1256. Karen R Turner, Attorney, Washington, DC 1257. Rev. Laura Gottardi-Littell, Clergy, Evanston, Illinois 1258. Michelle Crumpley, Legal Secretary, Flushing, NY 1259. Angelene B, Social Worker, Philadelphia, PA 1260. Angelyn Mitchell, Georgetown University, Washington DC 1261. Terry Person, Special Projects Manager; Jane Doe Inc.; African American lesbian feminist anti-violence activist, Boston MA 1262. Sharon P. Ferguson 1263. Wendy Mahoney, MS Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Jackson, MS 1264. Shannon Polk, Executive Director, Michigan Breastfeeding Network, Charlottesville, VA 1265. Gwen Berumen, Student, Waltham, MA 1266. Shegell Jenkins, Medicial Assistance, Van Nuys, CA 1267. Priscilla Morales, Educator, Greenwich, CT 1268. Patricia Edwards, STEAM Advocacy, Washington DC 1269. Lisa Brown, Receptionist, New York, NY 1270. Marie Galego, Retired, Jacksonville, OR 1271. Traci C Benjamin, Journalist, Pine Hill, NJ 1272. Jenn, Student, TX 1273. Vatasha, Womanist, Dallas, TX 1274. Jennifer Sofala, Retired, Long Beach, CA 1275. Sayra Owens Pinto, HarborCOV/Suffolk University Center for Restorative Justice/Ph.D. Candidate at Union Institute & University, East Boston 1276. Jane Hinton, Powerful Voices, Seattle, WA 1277. Marilyn Gentry, South Shore Women's Resource Center Domestic Violence Agency, Plymouth, MA 1278. Denise, Registered Nurse, Jamaica NY 1279. Love Nyala, Actor/Filmmaker, Minneapolis, MN 1280. Cindy Baez, Domestic violence assistant director of programs, Lynn, MA 1281. Dr. Rachel Alicia Griffin, Tenured college professor, Carbondale 1282. Stasi Simmons-Whitehead, Morgan State University, Nottingham, MD 1283. JoAnne Marie Terrell, Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago IL 1284. Betsy Berne, Writer, New York, NY 1285. Dr. Lisa M Coleman, Chief Diversity Officer Harvard University, Medford, MA 1286. Sharon D. Thompson, Child Care Worker, Bronx, New York 1287. Judy Burnette, Educator, Boston, MA 1288. Tarrell R. Campbell, Labancamy Entertainment and Productions, LLC, St. Louis, MO 1289. Tiffany Reese, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 1290. Kerry Ann Rockquemore, President, National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, Detroit, MI 1291. Crystal L. Faison, Human Development Professional, Atlanta, GA 1292. Jessica Toland, Children's librarian, Newberry, SC 1293. Brittanie McMullen, Community member, St. Louis, MO


1294. Brenda Tindal, Ph.D. Candidate, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 1295. Teresa Vazquez, Professor, El Paso, TX 1296. Valerie J. Fiddmont, Music Educator, Santa Cruz, CA 1297. Dr. Wendy Smooth, Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 1298. Dionne Espinoza, Professor, Los Angeles, CA 1299. Nancy Fanara-Berrian, Stay at home mom/Disabled, Florence, MA 1300. Nnennia Mazagwu, Student at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 1301. Annika Gifford Brothers, Senior Director of Policy and Research (National Resource Center on Domestic Violence) and Cohort Two Member of Move to End Violence, Minneapolis, MN 1302. Monique Roberts, Administrative Judge, Brooklyn, NY 1303. Amy Silvers, Web Designer, New York, NY 1304. Dr. Stephanie Troutman, University Professor, North Carolina 1305. Margari Hill, Adjunct Professor, Delaware County Community College; Programming Director Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative, Drexel, PA 1306. Asmara Carbado, Harvard Law Student, Cambridge, MA 1307. Nicole Hamilton, Girls for Gender Equity, Director of Urban Leaders Academy, Brooklyn, NY 1308. Cori Geter, Writer/ Photographer, Louisville, KY 1309. Michaela Angela Davis, Image Activist/Writer, New York, NY 1310. Aiesha Turman, The Black Girl Project, Brooklyn, NY 1311. Amarely Gutierrez, YWCA Central MA Director of Domestic Violence Services, Worcester, MA 1312. Tracy Denahy, School Counselor, Davenport, IA 1313. Tikia K. Hamilton, Princeton Grad Student, Washington DC 1314. Lizabeth Lotz, Coordinated Community Response Coordinator, NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Durham, NC 1315. Cynthia C Smith, Research, Kansas City, KS 1316. Dilek Huseyinzadegan, College Professor, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 1317. Charisse R. Tucker, Clergy, Philadelphia 1318. Sophia Westmoreland, Private Citizen, Raleigh, NC 1319. Courtney Frederick PHD, Brown University, Rhode Island 1320. Ungela Brockman, Actress, Los Angeles, CA 1321. Allyson Hobbs, Assistant Professor, Stanford University, CA 1322. Lorena Defrias, Graduate Student in Philosophy, Memphis, TN 1323. Sharon Parks, Retired airline employee, Winston-Salem NC 1324. Nancy Chi Cantalupo, Researcher, Georgetown Law, Arlington, VA 1325. Tarana Janeen Burke, Founder, Just Be Inc., Philadelphia, PA 1326. Dana M Asbury, Memphis, TN 1327. Kara D. Williams, Property Manager, Low Income Public Housing, Pittsburgh, PA 1328. Marlana Myers, Medical Lab Tech, Pittsburgh 1329. Lydia Simas, Organizer, Somerville, MA 1330. Yolanda Lundy, Atlanta, Georgia 1331. Kashanna J. Taylor, MS Science Teacher, San Antonio, Texas 1332. Antoinette Holsey, Wife, Mother, Student, Mauldin, SC 1333. Maggie Robinson, Student, Willingboro, New Jersey 1334. Abby Dobson, Artist and Independent Scholar, Freeport, NY 1335. Yvette Moss, Higher Education Administrator, Long Beach, CA


1336. Alana Gayle, Attorney, Silver Spring, MD 1337. Lex, Student, Chicago, Illinois 1338. Faaalu Luli, Executive Director, American Samoa Alliance against DVSA, American Samoa 1339. Korita Steverson, Retail Sales Manager, Hickory, NC 1340. Jennifer, Trustee, Director of Field Partners Programmer & Managing Editor, Safe World for Women (UK), Princess Anne, MD 1341. Rev. Dr. Joanne Braxton, President, The Braxton Institute, Williamsburg, Virginia 1342. Sela Lewis, Graphic designer for education nonprofit, Washington DC 1343. Madison Rose Bowers, Concerned teenager, Leesburg, VA 1344. Tara Shephard, Social Justice Advocate, AR 1345. Marangeli Mejia Rabell, Non Profit Administrator Partner - Arts & Culture Production Company, Philadelphia, PA 1346. Paige Joki, Pre-Law Intern at The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, Boise ID 1347. Marlyn Tillman, Community Activist, Snellville, GA 1348. Dr. Marcia Sturdivant, President and CEO, NEED, Pittsburgh, PA 1349. Naomi Murakawa, Associate Professor, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 1350. Francs Wilson, National Society of Black Engineers, East Bay Chapter, Pittsburg CA 1351. Kathryn Schultz, Student, Fergus Falls, MN 1352. Toni DIPina, Pastor, Worcester 1353. Emilie M. Townes, Vanderbilt Divinity School, Nashville, TN 1354. Rev. Dorothy Harris, Pastor, Unity Fellowship Church of Columbia, Columbia, MD 1355. Rev Dr Donna Lawrence Jones, Cookman Beloved Community Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA 1356. Cynthia Belt, Clergy, Severn, MD 1357. Allyssa Green, Special Education Teacher, Roswell, GA 1358. Ashley Poag, Marketing, Durham, NC 1359. Priscilla Ouchida, Japanese American Citizens League, Washington, D.C. 1360. Jennifer Kao, Student, UC Berkeley, Burlingame, CA 1361. Rosa Ortiz, Nonprofit, Chicago, IL 1362. Patty Mendoza, Mujeres Activas en Letras y Camios Sociales (MALCS), Philadelphia, PA 1363. Nickeia Mason, NEED, Pittsburgh, PA 1364. Patricia Pedroza Gonzalez, Assistant Professor Women's and Gender Studies, Keene, NH 1365. Myldred Lee, Zeta Phi Beta, Dorchester, MA 1366. Kim Kendrick, Youth Pastor, Living Water United Church of Christ, Philadelphia, PA 1367. Elisa Facio, University of Colorado, Boulder; Professor, Denver, CO 1368. Angela M Chung, Lawyer and Policy Advocate, Los Angeles, CA 1369. Nathania Fields, Girls for Gender Equity, Student, Brooklyn, NY 1370. Margaret Gilliam, Girls for Gender Equity, Student, Brooklyn, NY 1371. Laura E. Perez, Associate Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley 1372. Geneva Fernandez, Community Organizer, Pittsburg, CA


1373. Marquita Burrowes, Children Services, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Boston, MA 1374. Tremaine Taylor, Former Youth Director of A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 1375. Stephanie Alvarez, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Mexican American Studies, Edinburg, TX 1376. Kosolu Ananti, Health Coach, Grand Prairie, TX 1377. Kyla Marshell, Writer, Brooklyn, NY 1378. Sarah Deer, Professor, William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, MN 1379. Adrienne Bausley, California Black Women's Health Project, Senior Program Coordinator, Inglewood, CA 1380. Zina Badri, JD Candidate, Los Angeles, CA 1381. Kimberly West-Faulcon, Professor of Law, James P. Bradley Chair in Constitutional Law, Loyola Law School Los Angeles 1382. Sarah Diamond, Student, Austin, TX 1383. Ashton Lee, Bakery clerk, Houston, Texas 1384. Asantawa Ribka Al-Kazim, Clerk, Greenville 1385. Martha Diaz, Educator/Community organizer, New York, NY 1386. Lauren Morris, Youth Advocate, Alexandria, VA 1387. Carla Jackson, Filmmaker/Administrator, New York, NY 1388. Thea Young, Outreach Worker, Pittsburgh, PA 1389. Ignacia Fulcher, Student of Hofstra University, Freeport, New York 1390. Krystal, Student, Boston, MA 1391. Carmen Walker, Pastor, Lithonia, GA 1392. Dorothy E Battle PhD, Academic Researcher, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 1393. Elaine Pinson, Washington Area Community Investment Fund, Inc., Washington, DC 1394. Deborah Henderson, Manager Shelter Services, New Bedford, MA 1395. Beverly Veasley, Granny's Place, Inc., Duncanville, TX 1396. Rebeka Ndosi, Working professional, Minneapolis, MN 1397. Dawn Hayes, Director of Development & Communications, Quincy 1398. Verna Lasha Hunter, Executive Director/Housing Counselor- North Delta MS Enterprise Community Dev. Org., Sardis, MS 1399. Rachel Altork, Contractor, Philadelphia, PA 1400. Nimmi Gowrinathan, Writer/Academic, Bronx, NY 1401. Nikki Stewart, School Leader, Washington DC 1402. Paulette Russell, Higher Education, Lansing MI 1403. Tarcia Johnson, BSL, Plano 1404. Carletta S. Hurt, IN THE LOOP Program of Success, DC, GA 1405. Antonia Darder, Professor, Los Angeles, CA 1406. Valerie Ann Johnson, Bennett College, Greensboro NC 1407. Maria Z. Agudelo, Counselor, Greenfield, MA 1408. Carmen Buford-Paige, PHD, Retired academician, classical pianist, small business owner, Dover, NH 1409. Barbara Meacham, Educated for public schools, Akron, OH 1410. Michele Wallace, Author, New York, NY 1411. Alexandra P. Gelbard, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Sociology, Michigan State University, Baltimore, MD 1412. Victoria Williams, Bookseller, Baltimore, MD 1413. Jasmine Mitchell, Morgan State University Alumni, Baltimore, MD


1414. Peggy Lucas-McGowan, University Administrator, Nashville, TN 1415. Sandra Williams, California National Organization for Women, Los Angeles, CA 1416. A. C., Student, Washington, DC 1417. Kisha Webster, Educator, Baltimore, MD 1418. J Pinkney, Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ 1419. Sharon Isom, Teacher, Winter Garden, FL 1420. Alessia Contu, Associate Prof. University of Massachusetts Boston 1421. Simone Sobers, Unemployed, New York, NY 1422. Katy Kay, Retired, San Jose, CA 1423. Jenifer Lewis, Actress, Singer, Activist, Sherman Oaks, California 1424. Maricela Rios, Catholic Minister, Boise, ID 1425. Jasmine Mitchell, Morgan State University Alumni, Baltimore, MD 1426. Jalondra Davis Brown, Writer, Lecturer, and Full-time Student, PhD in Ethnic Studies, Los Angeles, CA 1427. Bev Colston, Director, The ALANA Student Center, The University of Vermont, Winooski, VT 1428. Mercedes Manbru, Logistician, Raeford, North Carolina 1429. Ravonda Oden, Girls for Gender Equity, New York, NY 1430. Jenny Douglas, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham, England UK 1431. Dannie Ritchie, Public Health and Community Health Research, M.D., MPH. Brown University, Providence, RI 1432. Martha Yager, American Friends Service Committee, Providence, RI 1433. Catherine Lamkin, Retired Director of Health Education, Charleston, SC 1434. Dorothy J. Collins, Church clerk/secretary, Former high school teacher, Retired legal collection specialist, Birmingham, AL 1435. Petra Guerra, PhD, Lead Professor of Mass Communication Wiley College, Austin, TX 1436. Monique Hosein, American Public Health Association, Daly City, CA 1437. H. Tia Juana Malone, Teacher, Academic Advisor, Trainer, Barber, Boston, MA 1438. Zena Yusuf, Concerned public health professional, Atlanta, GA 1439. Martine Hackett, Assistant Professor, Uniondale, NY 1440. Fannie Gordon, Psychologist, Somerset, New Jersey 1441. Theresa Gassett, Retired, Plantation, FL 1442. Sahru Keiser, Public Health Educator, Alameda, CA 1443. Roma Guy, California Women’s Agenda (CAWA), San Francisco, CA 1444. Tranisha Arzah, Peer Advocate at BABES Network YWCA, Seattle, WA 1445. Chinyere Osuji, Assistant Professor at Rutgers University, Philadelphia, PA 1446. Dr. Heather Ann Thompson, University of Michigan, Detroit, MI 1447. Lauren Elwood, Student, Bangor, ME 1448. Lydia Curtis, Sadiki Educational Safari, Inc, Washington, D.C. 1449. Bianca D. Alston, ABFE, Brooklyn, NY 1450. Aya de Leon, UC Berkeley African American Studies Dept, Berkeley, CA 1451. Rae Gomes, Communications, Brooklyn, NY 1452. Michele Davis, Advocate, Staten Island, NY 1453. Donna M. Whyte, College lecturer, History and Urban Studies, Retired university administrator, Cleveland, OH 1454. Wanda R. Stansbury, Attorney at Law, Annapolis, MD 1455. Linda Bryant, Feminist bookseller and interfaith spiritual director, Atlanta, GA


1456. Mary Bricker-Jenkins, Professor Emerita Temple University, Chattanooga, TN 1457. Allison Ancel, A Long Walk Home, Chicago, IL 1458. Cindy Lutenbacher, Teacher, Decatur, GA 1459. Nadege Barthelmy, Student, Las Vegas, NV 1460. Jackie Davenport, IT, San Jose, CA 1461. Alice Nicholas, Doctoral Student, Temple University, Department of African American Studies, Philadelphia, PA 1462. Pauline DeMairo, Educator, Jackson Heights, NY 1463. Jenifer Lewis, Actress/Singer/Activist, Los Angeles, CA 1464. Nesa Herring, High School Counselor, Columbia, MD 1465. Crystal Kayiza, Ithaca College Student, Jenks, OK 1466. Alexandra Moon, Student, Northridge, CA 1467. Natasha Thompson, Business Development Manager, Frederick, MD 1468. Faith Hines, Student, Chicago, IL 1469. Sonya Y Williams, HR Specialist Federal Govt Agency, Colorado Springs, CO 1470. Rev. Brandee Jasmine Mimitzraiem, Clergy, Aurora, CO 1471. Ramona Ruibal-Kurylas, Pastoral Counselor, Highlands Ranch, Colorado 1472. Michelle Wirgau, Homemaker, Eastpointe, MI 1473. Jill M. Humphries, Solutions Based Consultancy, New York, NY 1474. Carolyn Cosgrove Payne, Farmer/Teacher, St. Louis, MO 1475. Brenna Gomez, Teaching Assistant, Albuquerque, NM 1476. Michele, Architect, Midland, TX 1477. Rebecca Scheckman, Video Editor, New York, NY 1478. Leah, Teacher, Minneapolis, MN 1479. Marjorie Phillips, Blue Nile Passage, Inc., New York, NY 1480. Angela Campbell, Ph.D., Cabrini College, Philadelphia, PA 1481. Dr. BarBara M. Scott, Professor Emeritus, Chicago, IL 1482. Nicole Testing, Field Organizer, Cleveland, OH 1483. Cathleen Campbell, Laborer, Greenville AL 1484. Ruby Glass, Program Director, Houston, TX 1485. Ivana Trottman, Educator, Lakewood, WA 1486. Rachel Baker, Pico Youth & Family Center, Redondo Beach, CA 1487. Peggy Campion, Nurse, Brookline, MA 1488. Ana Espinoza, High School Student, Port Washington, NY 1489. Patricia Osoria, Educator, San Antonio, TX 1490. Jeannine Ventura, Student, Los Angeles, CA 1491. Hilary Beard, Writer, Philadelphia, PA 1492. Alisa Okamoto, UCLA student, Los Angeles, CA 1493. Michelle Lin, Philanthropy, Los Angeles, CA 1494. Laura, Youth Organizer, Long Beach, CA 1495. Nyocia Edwards, Student, Brooklyn, NY 1496. Ednica Maxineau, GGE/student, New York, NY 1497. Imade Ojo, GGE/student, Brooklyn, NY 1498. Sireen Sawaf, Attorney, Los Angeles CA 1499. Carol Lee, Philanthropy, Los Angeles 1500. Britney Whaley, Campaign Manager, Brooklyn 1501. Michelle Lambert, Communications Director, Bath, Maine 1502. Hector Peralta, Full-time student, Providence, RI 1503. Kate Lessard, Director of Programs MSW, Lowell, MA 1504. Ja'Vonne Harley, self employed travel planner, Chicago, IL 1505. Katherine Acey, GRIOT Circle, Executive Director, Brooklyn, New York 1506. Laurika Harris-Kaye, Logistics Manager, Brooklyn, NY


1507. Sherry R. Boyd, Professor, North Lake College, Irving, Texas 1508. Lynita Mitchell-Blackwell, Leadership Development Coach, Atlanta, GA 1509. Kisha Webster, Educator, Baltimore, MD 1510. Katrina Porter, Social Worker, Tarboro 1511. Zaynab Nuur, Psychotherapist, New York 1512. Kathryn Scarbrough, Community College Professor, East Brunswick, NJ 1513. Sara Xayarath Hernandez, Director, Diversity Programs in Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1514. Temma Kaplan, Professor of History at Rutgers University, New Jersey 1515. Michele Gilliam, Transport Workers Union Local 100, Cambria Heights, NY 1516. Maria Lugones, University Professor, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY 1517. Barbara Applebaum, Professor, Syracuse, NY 1518. Allie Bell-Reddick, Retired Civil Service, Enterprise, Alabama 1519. Jamelia Morgan, Silver Spring, MD 1520. Harper Fant, News Desk Assistant, Washington DC 1521. Joy White, Attorney, Atlanta, GA 1522. Laura Emiko Soltis, Professor, Freedom University Georgia, Atlanta, GA 1523. Kai Jackson Issa, Educator, Author, Decatur, GA 1524. Vanessa Jackson, Healing Circles, Inc., Clinical Social Worker, Atlanta 1525. Stacey Dougan, Board chair for social justice organization, Atlanta, GA 1526. Dolly Jenkins-Mullen, Political Science Professor; University of North Carolina Asheville, Asheville, North Carolina 1527. Elizabeth Faulk, Designer & Teacher, Albuquerque, NM 1528. Alexis De Veaux, Writer, Brooklyn, NY 1529. Susan J. Ross, Manager, Atlanta, GA 1530. Martha O, Student, Philadelphia, PA 1531. Fatimah Salahuddin, Graduate Student in Education, Oakland, CA 1532. Rian Green, Caretaker, Waukegan, IL 1533. Cathryn McGill, Founder/Director, New Mexico Black History Organizing Committee, Albuquerque, NM 1534. Pacley, Stay at home mother, Erie, PA 1535. Rachelle Randolph, Juvenile Restorative Justice Diversion Coordinator, Columbus, OH 1536. Kali Nicole Gross, African and African Diaspora Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 1537. Emma Mayerson, Alliance For Girls, Oakland, CA 1538. Yeshimabeit Milner, Power U Center for Social Change, Miami, FL 1539. Fran Frazier, Principal Investigator- Rise Sister Rise Research, Columbia, OH 1540. Claudia Ward, Columbus, OH 1541. Diana Pearce, Sociologist/Social Worker/ U. Washington, Seattle, WA 1542. Ashley Dixon, Law School Student, New York, NY 1543. C Dale Gadsden, The Womanist Project, Inc., New York, NY 1544. Crystal Williams, Educator, New York, NY 1545. Kiana Gonzalez, Student, New York, NY 1546. Nala Toussaint, Researcher, Designer, Hairstylist, Makeup Artist, Brooklyn, NY 1547. Thahabu Gordon, College Student, Maplewood, NJ 1548. Lindsay, Ms. Foundation, Brooklyn, NY 1549. Lorraine Stephens, Urban Pathways, Bronx, NY 1550. Ingrid Gomez, Price of Silence, Corona, NY 1551. Lorraine LaPrade, Center for Anti-Violence Education/BWB, Brooklyn, NY 1552. Yolanda Edwards, Nurse, New York, NY 1553. Julissa Collado, Social Work Student, New York, NY 1554. Bani Hines-Hudson, Community Development Specialist, Louisville, KY


1555. Dina Pilgrim, Urban Justice Center, Jamaica, NY 1556. Valerie Loubriel, Attorney, Bronx, NY 1557. Arwa Alturkestani, Student, New York, NY 1558. Shanise V. Rhiney, Social Worker, Brooklyn, NYAC, Social Worker, San Diego, CA 1559. Darakshan Raja, Program Manager (Washington Peace Center), Co-Founder (Falling Walls Initiative), Washington DC 1560. Ariana Ochoa Camacho, University of Washington, WA 1561. Boni Wozolek, Kent State University, OH 1562. Ana Patricia Rodriguez, University of Maryland, MD 1563. Maria Christina Pacheo, Psychologist, Puerto Rico 1564. Pam Redela, Professor of Women Studies, CA 1565. Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos, CA 1566. Adrian Castrejon, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 1567. Courtney Patterson, Northwestern University, IL 1568. Kia Caldwell, UNC Chapel Hill, NC 1569. Lisa Covington, Independent Scholar, CA 1570. Vivian Deno, Professor of History, Butler University, IN 1571. Latoya Williams, CGU, CA 1572. Cecilia Suarez, U Illinois, IL 1573. Berenice Sanchez, U Illinois, IL 1574. Griselda Thomas, Kenessaw State University, GA 1575. Kerrita Mayfield, UMass Amherst, MA 1576. Crystal Castillo, I.S.L.A. Inc., Puerto Rico 1577. Johanna Fernandez, Civil Liberties and Public Policy, Hampshire, MA 1578. Samarah Blackmon, UCLA Graduate Student, Los Angeles, CA 1579. Toccarra Baguma, Educator, New York, NY 1580. Terry Person, Special Projects Manager; Jane Doe Inc., Boston, MA 1581. Barbara Smith, Black Feminist, Albany, NY 1582. Jessica Lewis, Hollaback! Cleveland, OH 1583. Candice Iloh, Writer, Brooklyn, NY 1584. Cynthia Golembeski, Public Health Researcher, New York, NY 1585. Adebukola Ajao, We Are The Ones, Randolph 1586. Shaye DiPasquale, Student, Howell, NJ 1587. Katia Kozachok, Student, Saint Paul, Minnesota 1588. Claire Cullen, Student, Wexford, Ireland 1589. Chiazo, Student, Fresno, CA 1590. Brittany Mostiller-Keith, Executive director, Chicago Abortion Fund, Chicago, IL 1591. Charvonne Kemp, Accountant, Milwaukee, WI 1592. Marie Carlson, Administration, Milwaukee, WI 1593. Jocelyn Morris, Chair, NOW Combating Racism, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 1594. Amira, Independent Scholar, Urbana 1595. LySaundra Campbell, TN Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, Nashville, TN 1596. Barbara Tunstall, Writer, Unicorn Queen, LLC, Pikesville, MD 1597. Lilliana Patricia Salda単a, Assistant Professor, Mexican American Studies, University of Texas at San Antonio, TX 1598. Marian Douglas- Ungaro, AfroAmericas, Washington DC 1599. Janice Ellis, First Sunday Inc., Washington DC 1600. Kalimah Muhammad, Spelman College, Atlanta GA 1601. Char Arthur, Retired, Medina, OH 1602. Dionne Bennett, Professor, New York, NY 1603. Cassandra, Educator, New York, NY


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