Chanelle ‘C.C.’ Croxton is a freedom fighter and currently serves as the North Carolina Organizer for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, as well as a leader in the Black Youth Project 100 Durham chapter. Her work centers around a liberatory vision of the world in which all Black people are free. She is rooted in the necessity of transforming Black folks’ relationship to their labor and undermining capitalist exploitation of Black workers. She also believes firmly in organizing that transforms gender, sexuality, and abolishes the carceral state. Lastly, C.C. is also a student of dance, studying and performing styles of the African diaspora and modern dance.
This May Day we’re releasing Rona Report 2.0, a comparative narrative analysis of the inaugural Rona Report we released a year ago where we explored