Speakers on BIPOC

Cey Adams

created your favorite album covers.

Rich Benjamin

holds up a mirror.
Gemma Cairney Portrait

Gemma Cairney

is the force of generations.

Rebecca Carroll

is coming through loud and clear.

Sandra Clark

sees every side of the story.

Tameka Cage Conley

bridges the gaps.

Adger Cowans

has seen it all.

David Dennis Sr.

helped start a movement.

David Dennis Jr.

is a living legacy.

Akwaeke Emezi

is a revelation.
Eve Ewing Portrait

Eve Ewing

has a radical imagination.

Camonghne Felix

is equally at home in poetry and politics.

Roxane Gay

is feminist AF.

Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah

is a brilliant tour guide to the most fascinating places.

Rhiana Gunn-Wright

knows that climate affects everything.

Alvin Hall

is showing his range.

Mary Annaïse Heglar

has hope for the future.

Ashley M. Jones

is a poet for the people.

Saeed Jones

is one man made up of many parts.

Jamal Jordan

is viewing things through a new lens.

Lisa Lucas

is a reader and a leader.

Tonya Mosley

asks all the right questions.

Julian Brave NoiseCat

will get it all done.

Morgan Parker

is a poetic provocateur.
Dolen Perkins-Valdez

Dolen Perkins-Valdez

is uncovering silences in the archives.

Junauda Petrus

meets the struggle with sweetness.

Derecka Purnell

calls for action.

James Spooner

is redrawing the lines. 

John Vercher

writes with a punch.

Jenna Wortham

is a cultural conduit.