Víctor Hugo Robles, “El Che de los Gays,” is a journalist and activist who creates public installations and performances. In the 90s he integrated the Homosexual Liberation Movement Movilh Histórico and led Open Triangle, the first gay, lesbian and trans radio program in Chile. He is author of Bandera Hueca. Historia del Movimiento Homosexual de Chile and founder of “SiempreViva Ediciones”.
Javiera Parada is a Chilean actor and cultural organizer. She is an organizer of Centro Cultural Autogestionado Banana Factory and has organized music and performance festivals. She is also engaged in Revolución Democrática and the Marca Tu Voto movement. From 2014-2016 she was the cultural attachée at the Chilean embassy in the US, but left to support the Chilean constituent process and the Revolución Democrática (political party).
Sergio Grez Toso is Doctor of History at the School of High Studies in Social Sciences in Paris and is a full-time academic in the Department of Historical Science at the University of Chile. He explores the popular movement and the “social question” in Chile. He is author of eight books and dozens of articles and chapters on these themes in Chile and abroad.