Chanelle “C.C.” Croxton
Chanelle “C.C.” Croxton is a labor organizer whose skills were sharpened by the many brilliant freedom fighters in Durham, North Carolina. As the former NC Organizing Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, she led the recruitment, membership building, campaign work, and movement building of Black care and domestic workers in our state to win protections and improvements at the workplace and transform our overall care system.
Now, in her new role as the Director of State Strategies and Organizing, she continues her work in N.C. and expands on it by cultivating state organizing projects and campaigns around the country focused on raising standards for direct care and child care workers. Her work is driven by the belief that engaging in worker struggle rooted in racial and gender justice is the pathway toward our collective liberation. She also believes firmly in organizing that abolishes the carceral state. Lastly, C.C. is also a student of dance and spends time studying and performing styles of the African diaspora and modern dance.