The Freedom Archives Board of Directors is supported by the Freedom Archives’ founders and advisers in governing the organization. Their individual contact information is available upon request. Bios for Lincoln Bergman and Claude Marks, who are both Founders and Board Members, can be found on the Founders page.
Jason Ferreira is Associate Professor and Director of Race & Resistance Studies in the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University. His teaching and scholarship focus on the history of radicalism within and across communities of color.
May Fu a professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of San Diego. She has also been active in grassroots movements for educational justice with women and transfolks of color against violence.
Deb Schneider is a clinical social worker in private practice and at Stanford University. She also worked at the school-based health center at El Cerrito High School for ten years, creating a safer school setting for transgender and gender variant youth and their families.
Walter Turner is the Freedom Archives Board President and a professor at the College of Marin. He is the host and producer of the acclaimed weekly Pacifica Radio program, “Africa Today.” He is the co-author of No Easy Victories: African Liberation and American Activists over a Half Century, 1950-2000 (Africa World Press)—a panoramic view of U.S. activism on Africa. As a journalist, Turner has traveled extensively throughout the African continent, writing from South Africa, Mozambique, and Nigeria.