Organizational Structure

Organizational Structure
Founding Editor
Tamura A. Lomax
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Managing Editors
Monica J. Casper
Tamura A. Lomax
Darnell L. Moore
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Associate Editors
Stephanie Gilmore
David J. Leonard
Heidi R. Lewis
Joseph Osmundson
Aishah Shahidah Simmons
Mecca Jamilah Sullivan (A&C)
Heather Laine Talley
TC Tolbert (A&C)
Heather M. Turcotte
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Contributing Editors
Hakima Abbas
Brooke Elise Axtell
Sophia Azeb
Mason Casper-Milam
Aimee Meredith Cox
Tanisha C. Ford
Rosa-Linda Fregoso (on sabbatical)
Kai M. Green
Nicole Guidotti-Hernández (on sabbatical)
Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Duchess Harris
Sikivu Hutchinson
Mariko Nagai (A&C)
Eddie Ndopu (on sabbatical)
Andrea Plaid
Omar Ricks
Theresa Runstedtler
Shubhra Sharma
Monica Torres
Stephanie Troutman
Harsha Walia
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Editorial Intern
Brin Smith
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