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Elizabeth M. Pope

Elizabeth M. Pope, PhD, MA, is an Associate Professor in the Educational Research program. Dr. Pope holds degrees in religion, with a specialization in Islam, a PhD in adult education, and the Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies certificate from the University of Georgia. She is a qualitative research specialist. Dr.

John Tawa

John Tawa is an Associate Professor at Mount Holyoke College.  John's research, broadly speaking, examines the role of race in intergroup interactions. More specifically, John is interested in relations between minority groups (e.g., relations between Black and Asian communities).

Marissa Muñoz

Dr. Marissa Aki’Nene Muñoz is an assistant professor in the Department of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching, with a joint appointment in the department of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Oscar J. Muñoz

Mr. Oscar J. Muñoz has served as the Director of the Texas A&M University Colonias Program for the last 22 years and has worked with rural frontera communities for almost 30 years, throughout his lifelong career. As an educator, facilitator, advocate, and border-wide program director, Mr. Muñoz is proud to serve the frontera communities where his family has lived for many generations.

Alyasah A. Sewell

Dr. Alyasah Ali Sewell (they/she) is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Associated Faculty in the Department of African American Studies at Emory University, Executive Director of the Critical Racism Data Lab, and Senior Fellow at Justice Work.

Tania C. Tautari

Dr Tania Cliffe-Tautari affiliates to Te Arawa and Ngai Tahu Māori tribal groups and is a Lecturer in Te Puna Wānanga School of Māori and Indigenous Studies in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her most recent and current research to date intersects multiple contexts across education, social services, and youth justice.

Karen Sinclair

Karen Sinclair is a Ngarrindjeri educator and the Program Director for the Postgraduate suite of Aboriginal Studies Programs at UniSA. Karen has an extensive teaching background and was formerly a Junior Primary teacher, and later an Early Years Curriculum Officer working in the States Department of Education contributing to the inclusion of Indigenous Perspectives in the National Early Years Curriculum Framework.