Allyson Moralez received her B.A. from the University of Michigan in 2021 and currently serves as Executive Director of the Urban History Association. She has worked closely under Dr. Heather Ann Thompson and with the University of Michigan Carceral State Project, diving deep into research on mass incarceration and conditions of confinement. She was a part of the Kinross Prison Uprising team that published “Kinross Uprising, Michigan 2016: The silenced revolt over basic human rights in prison.” Allyson was the website and archive assistant for the Attica Prison Uprising 50th Commemoration of 2021 and now volunteers for the newly established Attica Brothers Foundation. Allyson has also served as a research assistant to Dr. Thompson for her newest book that will chronicle the 1985 MOVE bombing.