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Rinku Sen
Rinku Sen is the executive director of Applied Research Center, publisher of ColorLines magazine, and author of the just-released book, The Accidental American: Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization.

Previously, Rinku was on the staff of the Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO), a national network of organizations of color. She was recognized by Ms. Magazine as one of 21 feminists to watch in the 21st century in 1996, the same year that she received the Ms. Foundation for Women's Gloria Steinem Women of Vision award.

Josh Busch
Josh Busch blogs at Doubletake 08. He is a volunteer with AWARE-LA - the largest white anti-racism organization in the country. Joshua creates video content and contributes to Doubletake 08, a blog of "active resistance" sponsored by AWARE-LA.

He is also a community organizer with Community Coalition in South Central Los Angeles and is currently the Interim Director of the youth organizing program South Central Youth Empowered thru Action (SC-YEA). He received his Masters in Social Welfare from UCLA and is interested in addressing issues of structural racism in the U.S.

Liliana Segura
Liliana Segura is a staff writer and associate editor at AlterNet.org, where she is in charge of Rights & Liberties and War on Iraq Special Coverage. In addition to AlterNet, she has written for The Nation and The Nation.com, among other publications, and previously worked as a program associate at The Nation Institute, focusing largely on Nation Books. Her areas of interest range from the American death penalty to Colombian politics, to anti-war organizing and activists of all stripes. She is on the board of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty and a contributing writer to its newsletter, The New Abolitionist. She lives in Brooklyn.
Ari Melber
Adia Harvey Wingfield is an assistant professor of race, class & gender at Georgia State University. She received her PhD in sociology from Johns Hopkins University. She encourages her students to wrestle with the ways that intersections of race, gender, and class are institutionalized in various social spheres like media, the workplace, schools, and in public spaces.
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