We are pleased to introduce you to the talent that has made this project possible. Our contributors have been developing and teaching courses, advising students, producing multimedia and marketing materials, administering grants, or advising our leadership. Like any diverse faculty in a university, the following professionals speak for themselves. Their contributions to do not imply an endorsement of one another’s affiliations. Together, we model how to dialogue across our differences, aware that mutual understanding need not mean agreement.

Our coalition of 226 contributors has spent the pandemic curating content for to address these widespread illiteracies and social hostilities. A majority of our contributors identify as female (57%), more than half as religious minorities (52%), more than a third as racial minorities (38%), and 10% identify as sexual minorities.