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Mary Zamore

Mary Zamore is a rabbi and the executive director of the Women’s Rabbinic Network. She co-authored “Jewish Organizations Must Address the Pandemic Parenting Gender Gap,” published in September 2020 by eJewish Philanthropy.

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Susana B. Adamo

Susana B. Adamo is a research scientist at the Center for International Earth Science Information Network and an adjunct professor at Columbia university. Her areas of expertise include environmental migration. Adamo is one of the authors of the “Religious Affiliation and Environmental Challenges in the 21st Century” article that appeared in the Journal of Religion […]

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Ronald E. Richter

Ronald E. Richter is CEO and executive director of JCCA, a foster-care program in New York. Richter also is an adoptive parent. Anna Gold is the media contact.

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Jennifer Pizer

Jennifer Pizer is law and policy director at Lambda Legal, a national legal organization advocating for LGBTQ rights. Contact Tom Warnke for media requests.

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Michael Waldman

Michael Waldman is president of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. Voting rights are among the issues the center addresses. Alexandra Ringe is the media contact.

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Mae M. Ngai

Mae M. Ngai is a professor of Asian American studies and history at Columbia University. Her area of study is U.S. legal and political history with a particular interest in immigration, citizenship and nationalism. She wrote an April piece in The Atlantic titled “Racism Has Always Been Part of the Asian American Experience.”

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Sumie Okazaki

Sumie Okazaki is a professor of applied psychology at New York University. Okazaki researches the impact of immigration, social and culture change, and race on Asian and Asian American teens, young adults and parents.

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