Kate Craig is the Special Projects Director of Elect Black Women PAC.
Commentary: Am I included in the Movement?
By: Kate Craig - March 31, 2021
I’ve never quite known if I fit in or have a place in the women’s movement. As a masculine presenting gay woman, there are quite a few spaces where I don’t always feel safe or welcome. And yes, sometimes that includes within the Democratic Party as well as within the women’s movement. For the record, […]
Commentary: Justice will be found in we the people
By: Ruby Powell Dennis, Matielyn Jones and Kate Craig - February 16, 2021
The U.S. Senate vote to acquit former President Donald Trump for the second time affirmed what most of us have known since Nov. 8, 2016—Donald Trump is dangerous; and, despite overwhelming evidence, Republicans will put partisan politics and personal gain over protecting America’s democracy. “For those that continue to feign great surprise about what happened […]
Commentary: Rural Organizers Understand Sweat Equity
By: Kate Craig - June 15, 2020
People across the nation seem surprised that Black Lives Matter demonstrations and protests are happening in rural areas and I just can’t seem to figure out why. I live in Northeast Tennessee, surrounded by rural areas consumed by poverty, good ole boy clubs, and a medical monopoly. Trust me when I say people are organizing. […]