Sunyata Altenor’s interest in social justice began with print and radio journalism. A writer involved in several media projects, she has a background in human rights and youth organizing.
Kali-Ahset Amen joined the Radio Diaspora Collective in 2008 as a production engineer and co-producer of RD’s monthly program on “U.S. Foreign Relations in the Diaspora”. Kali-Ahset is a political sociologist and citizen journalist with advanced degrees in Sociology and African Studies. In addition to her community radio experience at WRFG in Atlanta, GA, “Ici-et-Maintenant” in Paris, France, and “Bush Radio” in Cape Town, South Africa, Kali-Ahset lived and worked for several years in Southern Africa and Washington, DC as a researcher, writer and educator on global health and environmental issues. Currently, she is an Instructor with Emory University’s master’s degree program in International Development Practice.
Janvieve Williams Comrie is the founder of the Latin American and Caribbean Community Center, she is dedicated to improving the conditions and opportunities for socially excluded and marginalized groups. Janvieve has worked throughout the Americas with communities on the ground and organizations to address the division and isolation faced by many of African descent and indigenous people, including low wageworkers, undocumented families and immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean in the United States, by building a political and critical consciousness while using a human rights framework.