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Angela Rye
(1 rating)

CNN Political Commentator, NPR Political Analyst, Attorney, Principal & CEO of IMPACT Strategies

Judy Smith
(2 ratings)

America's Premier Crisis Management Expert; Inspiration for ABC's "Scandal"

Joy-Ann Reid

MSNBC Correspondent, Political Author & Former Host of "The Reid Report"

Maya L. Harris
(2 ratings)

Influential Voice at the Intersection of Politics, Public Policy & Civil Rights; Former Campaign Chairwoman for Kamala Harris's 2020 Presidential Bid

Sunny Hostin

Co-Host of "The View," Attorney, Author & Emmy Award-Winning Journalist; Senior Legal Correspondent & Analyst for ABC News

Ellen Pao
(1 rating)

Co-Founder & CEO of Project Include, Diversity & Inclusion Advocate, Former Interim CEO of Reddit

Dr. Bernice King
(3 ratings)

Minister, Attorney, Author & Daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Angela Davis
(6 ratings)

Feminist, Social Activist, Professor & Writer

Ron Stallworth

Retired Police Officer & Inspiration for "BlacKkKlansman"

Damon Davis

Activist, Multimedia Artist, Musician & Filmmaker; Director of Whose Streets?

Liz Dozier
(4 ratings)

Founder & CEO of Youth Equity Platform Chicago Beyond; Star of CNN's Documentary Series "Chicagoland"

Ellen McGirt
(1 rating)

Senior Editor at Fortune Magazine & "RaceAhead" Columnist

Fred D. Gray
(1 rating)

Veteran Civil Rights Attorney; Represented Rosa Parks & Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

James Bell

Founder & President of the W. Haywood Burns Institute

Rachael Denhollander
(1 rating)

Lawyer & Advocate for Sexual Abuse Victims

Ijeoma Oluo
(7 ratings)

Writer & Social Activist Known for Her Work on Issues of Race & Identity; Author of "So You Want to Talk About Race"

Tamika D. Mallory
(3 ratings)

Social Justice Leader & Movement Strategist

Laura Nirider

Co-Director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions & Post-Conviction Lawyer featured on Netflix's "Making a Murderer"

Clayborne Carson
(3 ratings)

Scholar, Author, Professor, Civil Rights Historian & Director of The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute