Nationally recognized scholars and activists, including:
* Robert Moses - Driving force behind the Mississippi Summer Project of 1964, secretary of Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and founder of the Algebra Project, which organizes communities to give equal access to algebra for all middle-school students.
* Bettina Aptheker - A student organizer of the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley in 1964, an author, historian and feminist who now is professor of women's studies at UC Santa Cruz.
* Charles Muscatine - Emeritus professor of English at UC Berkeley who worked with faculty members to bring peace to the campus during the '60s. He chaired the group that wrote the "Muscatine Report" about UC Berkeley education post-Free Speech Movement.
* Jack Weinberg - He coined the phrase, "Don't trust anyone over 30" and was arrested during a Sproul Plaza protest that drew 7,000 people.
* Richard Delgado - Author of "When Equality Ends: Stories of Race and Resistance" and Jean Lindsley professor of law at the University of Colorado Law School.
* Nadine Strossen - Author of "Defending Pornography: Free Speech, Sex, and the Fight for Women's Rights," president of the American Civil Liberties Union and professor of law at New York Law School.