Carolina Kroon has worked at the intersections of media production, education and activism for close to 20 years.  She has collaborated with a wide range of communities, conspiring with many of the countries’ most effective publications, organizations and companies. Whether in news, advocacy, or commerce, Carolina’s talent and ability to be flexible and listen to the needs of her clients and subjects creates beautiful, heartfelt media. 

Her work has been featured by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Common Cause, Bronxworks , JFREJ, Make the Road NY, MS Magazine, Yes! A Journal for a Positive Future, The New York Times, Scientific American, Bronxworks, SEIU Local 1199 and Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, among many others.

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All Stories by Carolina Kroon

May 18, 2021

Poet-activist uses the power of words for change

Poet, actor and performance artist Staceyann Chin uses words as her art form to speak out against injustices. She says her work is one small step in the larger journey toward making the world better.

April 7, 2021

Nights of community, nights of resilience

Spaces where validation, loyalty, and a sense of solidarity are critical for any marginalized sector. The lesbian community is no exception. The glue of nightlife spaces is the DJ—adjusting, sensing, and transforming the atmosphere with music.

March 31, 2021

The heart and joy in intersectional co-ops

The AORTA cooperative supports movements for social, racial, and economic justice. Part of its mission is intersectional understanding of systemic oppression, and how this knowledge can build multiracial solidarity.

February 16, 2021

Urban League lends helping hand to local small businesses

Many Black businesses in Columbus, Ohio, do not have the financial relationships to navigate the Paycheck Protection Program. The Columbus Urban League has pivoted to help address the community’s needs.