Hien Do is a professor of sociology and interdisciplinary social sciences specializing in Asian American Studies. His research focuses on Vietnamese Americans, the formation of Vietnamese-American communities and impacts on religion and immigration. He is an expert on race and ethnic relations, students in higher education and Asian Americans in politics. He holds a doctoral degree in philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Scott Myers-Lipton is a professor of sociology and interdisciplinary social science and the author of the book “Rebuild America: Solving the Economic Crisis Through Civic Works.” He co-founded a successful campaign to raise the minimum wage in San Jose. His interests include poverty and wealth, race, community change and service learning. He holds a doctoral degree in philosophy from the University of Colorado, Boulder.