0:08 – Jason Stanley is a professor of Philosophy at Yale University. His latest book is How Fascism Works.
0:34 – William Bennett Turner has argued cases before the US Supreme Court, covered legal issues for public television, published widely on free speech, and taught courses on the First Amendment at UC Berkeley for more than three decades. His latest book is Free Speech for Some: How the Supreme Court is Weaponizing the First Amendment to Empower Corporations and the Religious Right.
1:08 – Suyi Davies Okungbowa is a Nigerian author of stories featuring African gods, starships, monsters, detectives and everything in-between. He is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Arizona, where he teaches writing, and has worked in editorial at Podcastle and Sonora Review. His latest work is a godpunk novel, David Mogo, Godhunter.
1:34 – Jane Stoever is a professor at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, where she directs the Domestic Violence Clinic and the Initiative to End Family Violence and teaches Family Law and Legal and Social Responses to Domestic Violence. She also co-chairs the Orange County Domestic Violence Death Review Team. Her research concerns domestic violence law, family law, firearms and family violence, and feminist legal theory, and her scholarship includes the new edited volume The Politicization of Safety.