danielle nanos-luz is a community organizer and creative who embraces internationalism, collectivism, and radical futurity. She was born and raised in the Bay Area and is currently based on Huichin Ohlone land. Her internship at the Freedom Archives in 2018 affirmed her commitment to centering and preserving subjugated perspectives. Danielle received her B.A. from UC Berkeley in 2017 and is earning an M.S. in Library & Information Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Nathaniel has worked with the Freedom Archives since 2012. He holds degrees in African Studies, African-American Studies, and Library and Information Science. He became co-director in 2020.
Claude has been involved in all of the CD and video productions of the Archives, and has continued his activism, especially in support of political prisoners.