Dr. Avery Dame-Griff is a lecturer of Gender and Women’s Studies at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. He is also the founder and curator of the Queer Digital History Project and author of the upcoming book The Two Revolutions: A History of the Transgender Internet, out August 2023.


The first in her family to obtain a graduate degree, Tamisha Civil is the host of Voice of Reason Boston, a radio broadcast focusing on socioeconomic issues impacting those in the greater Boston area. Previously, Tamisha worked as a Victim’s Witness Advocate in Suffolk Superior Court. She currently works as an Associate Probation Officer in Massachusetts and Legal Advocate for survivors of domestic violence at Finex House. Voice of Reason Boston can be heard every Saturday at 11am ET on WEZE 590 AM.


A justice reform advocate, Marcus Bullock is the founder and CEO of Flikshop, an organization utilizing technology to keep families connected to their incarcerated loved ones. For less than a dollar, users can upload photos and messages that Flikshop transforms into postcards sent to facilities nationwide. We talked with Marcus about creating Flikshop, the importance of connection during incarceration, and adjusting to a digital world post-release.