Pennsylvania Farmworker Project provides legal assistance to low-income farmworkers in the state of Pennsylvania and works with community organizations and government agencies to educate farmworkers about their legal rights.
Andrew Sloat is a graphic designer and filmmaker. Currently the creative director at BAM, he has also worked on books, identities, educational videos, ads, and websites for non-profits, cultural institutions, and corporate clients. He lives and works in Brooklyn, is active in local and state-level good-government activism, and teaches in the graphic design MFA program at RISD.
Michela Butignol was born and raised in Northern Italy, and is now a New York-based freelance illustrator whose technological fortitude has enabled her to branch across a variety of mediums. In 2011, she moved to New York to become a freelance illustrator, and since has been published in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Buzzfeed, Plansponsor and other international publications. Her works have been selected for 3X3, The Magazine of Contemporary Illustration; American Illustration; and Society of Illustrators New York.
Making Policy Public is a program of the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP). CUP partners with policy advocates and graphic designers to produce foldout posters that explain complicated policy issues, like this one.