Clementine Ford is an Australian feminist writer, broadcaster and public speaker. She is author of the bestselling books Fight Like A Girl (2016) and Boys Will Be Boys (2018). She was the recipient of the Matt Richell Award for Best New Writer of the Year at the 2017 Australian Book Industry Awards. Boys Will Be Boys was shortlisted for the Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year at the 2019 ABIAs, and was released internationally in July 2019. She is disliked by Men On The Internet. Clementine lives in Naarm (Melbourne) with her son and his increasing collection of plastic dinosaurs.
Ijeoma Oluo (born 1980) is an American writer. She is the author of So You Want to Talk About Race and has written for The Guardian, Jezebel, The Stranger, Medium and The Establishment, where she is also an editor-at-large.
Born in Denton, Texas and based in Seattle, Washington, in 2015 Oluo was named one of the most influential people in Seattle, and in 2018, she was named one of the 50 most influential women in Seattle. Her writing covers misogynoir, intersectionality, online harassment, the Black Lives Matter movement, race, economics, parenting, feminism and social justice.
Many of her articles critiquing race and the invisibility of women's voices have gone viral, as exemplified in the coverage of her interview with Rachel Dolezal.