Rashida Tlaib is an American politician and lawyer, a well-known progressive and member of "the Squad," and, in her own words, "a mother working for justice for all." Her two young sons are at the root of her unwavering passion to help change lives for the better. She is the oldest of 14 children, born and raised in Detroit, the proud daughter of Palestinian immigrant parents. Rashida made history in 2008 by becoming the first Muslim woman to ever serve in the Michigan Legislature and is currently the U.S. Representative for Michigan's 13th congressional district. Twitter: @RashidaTlaib
Miranda Paul is the award-winning author of more than a dozen books for children, including Little Libraries, Big Heroes illustrated by John Parra, 365 illustrated by Julien Chung, Nine Months illustrated by Jason Chin, and Speak Up illustrated by Ebony Glenn. She is a founding member of the organization We Need Diverse Books, and lives with her family in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Adam Tlaib is a teenager best known for his viral moment when he and his younger brother, Yousif, dabbed on the House floor.
Olivia Aserr is the illustrator of How to Make a Friend by Stephen W. Martin, Astronaut Training by Aneta Cruz, and more. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design and lives in Los Angeles. You can learn more about her at www.oliviaaserr.com. Twitter: @oliviaaserr Instagram: @oliviaaserrillustration