AMARA MOIRA — Holder of a doctorate from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Moira is a transvestite, feminist, and militant for LGBTQI+ and prostitutes rights. She is a member of the Warrior Women Association, the Identity Group, and the TransTornar Collective, and the author of the work E se eu fosse puta (hoo editora, 2016). She also writes a column for Mídia Ninja.
JULIANA BORGES — An anthropology researcher, Borges served as associate-secretary for women’s policy at São Paulo city hall (2013), and as an articulator from the Black Initiative for a New Policy on Drugs. She is a columnist on the site Justificando and author of the book O que é encarceramento em massa? (Letramento, 2018).
DIANE LIMA — Independent curator, researcher, and creative director. Her practices discuss symbolic violence, the ethics and aesthetics of resistance, and the decolonization of feelings and institutions. Her recent projects include the racial awareness program A.Gentes and the exhibition Diálogos ausentes (São Paulo, 2016), both at Itaú Cultural.