Celeste is the Black Organizer Cordinator at National Domestic Workers Alliance and co-founder of the Blackout Collective. She is a community organizer and direct action trainer. Cutting her teeth as a youth organizer, she was the lead organizer at Youth together and the co-director of Project Fame, an in-school, and after school program that taught Black history, literature, algebra, organizing and the arts, in Alabama public schools. She also worked at the League of Young Voters where she developed trainings and curricula. Celeste spends most of her down time inventing skin care products and indulging in her addiction to reality TV.
Women, Black Groups Mark 5 Years of Arizona Immigration Law
NBC News [04/22/2015]
Meet the Badass Activist Collective Bringing Direct Action Back to Black Communities
St. Louis-area police, protesters brace for more protests
USA Today [10/13/2014]
Blackout Collective obstructs BART trains on Black Friday in protest of police killings
San Francisco Bay View [12/01/2014]
Redeeming the Dream
The Tides Blog [04/06/2011]
Impeach the President
It's been a historic political year for the hip-hop generation, but will they rock the vote on Nov. 2?