Marianne Duddy-Burke is the executive director of Dignity USA, a Catholic organization committed to the full inclusion of LGBTQ people in the church and society.
Charles Stewart III is a political science professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His areas of expertise include congressional politics, elections and American political development.
Susan Frederick-Gray is the president of the Unitarian Universalist Association, which has recommended congregations plan to meet virtually through May 2021.
Chris Zurn is a philosophy professor at University of Massachusetts Boston. He led a 2017 discussion about the ethics of antifa tactics for a series put on by the university’s Applied Ethics Center.
Arie Perliger is a security studies professor at University of Massachusetts Lowell. His research interests include political violence and extremism.
Nancy L. Rosenblum is a professor of ethics in politics and government at Harvard University. She co-authored the book A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy.
Steven Krueger is the president of Catholic Democrats.
Megan Goodwin is a visiting lecturer on philosophy and religion at Northeastern University in Boston and the program director for Sacred Writes, an initiative aimed at increasing public scholarship on religion. She studies and writes about New Religious Movements, minority religions in the U.S., gender, sexuality and race.
Ousmane Kane is a professor of contemporary Islamic religion and society at Harvard Divinity School. He also serves as a counselor for Muslim students on campus.