Goussy is a faculty member for the Middle School Jazz Academy and WeBop programs at Jazz at Lincoln Center. She is also mother to two young boys, ages 3yrs and 6yrs: her "greatest creative compositions". MORE
Abby is a Sonic Conceptual Performing Artist-Composer who believes in the power of music to inspire empathy and to change hearts and minds. MORE
Alethea is a Bronx-based dancer and choreographer. MORE
Makeba Rainey is a Harlem native inspired by her community and fellow emerging visual and music artists. MORE
Ingrid Romero is an artist, organizer and proud new yorker inspired by legacies of resistance, love and creativity. MORE
Alejandra is a born and bred New Yorker working as a community organizer within the New York City housing rights movement. MORE
Elizabeth is multi-dimensional visual artist working with paint, photography, poetry, and sculpture. She uses arts as a tool for activism. MORE
Candace is Head of Community at a podcasting startup by day and a poet by night and subway ride. MORE
Stephanie is a queer Afro-Indigena Latina feminista poet, archivist, and reproductive justice activist+scholar. MORE
Nikomeh is a Queer, Mad, Womxn of Color, an Ensemble Theatre Artist, Creative Producer (Nikomeh LLC) and Actorvist. MORE
Kearra is a Trinidadian photographer/visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York. MORE
Emilio works collaboratively to develop tools and facilitate experiences that explore forms of sharing and exchanging knowledge. MORE
Nayo is a multidisciplinary artist currently completing her masters degree in Africana Studies at New York University. MORE
Adalky is a New York City born and raised artist. MORE
Shamilia is community arts practitioner using theatre, herbalism, music and the written word to co-create liberatory spaces in her community. MORE
Sal is an artist and community organizer living and working in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. MORE
Lyra is co-director of the public arts/humanities organization The Museum On Site, and teaches History and American Studies at Rutgers University. MORE
Autumn is a Harlem-based community organizer, documentarian, and cultural producer whose work meets at the intersection of race, gender, class, and activism and seeks to tell the stories of those most marginalized. MORE
Cynthia is an oral historian and media artist whose interested in making public history freely accessible to the community. MORE
Terence is an art writer and critic and is currently the Andrew W. Mellon Oral Histories Fellow at BOMB Magazine. MORE