David A. Wallace is Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Information, University of Michigan. He is editor of Archives and the Ethics of Memory Construction (2011); co-editor of Archives and the Public Good: Accountability and Records in Modern Society (2002); and series technical editor for 12 volumes of the National Security Archive's The Making of U.S. Policy series (1989-1992). Wendy M. Duff is a Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. Her most recent research has focused on the emotional responses to archives. Recently, she has conducted impact studies of two different community archives, the Ontario Jewish Archives and the Living Archives on Eugenics in Western Canada. Renee Saucier is an Archivist at the Archives of Ontario and a volunteer at The ArQuives: Canada's LGBTQ2+ Archives. She has a graduate degree in information studies with a specialisation in archives and records management. Her paper Medical Cartography in Ontario, 1890-1920 won the Association of Canadian Archivists' Gordon Dodds Prize. Andrew Flinn is a Reader in Archival Studies and Oral History at University College London, a member of the UK Community Archives and Heritage Group and author of a number of papers relating to community-led and counter archives, including Working with the past: making history of struggle part of the struggle in Reflections on Knowledge, Learning and Social Movements (eds Aziz & Vally, 2018).