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Collette is responsible for managing and unifying content across Free Press’ digital channels to engage our 1.4 million members, hundreds of allies and the broader public. In other words, she engages in writing, design, multimedia production and planning to support a variety of campaigns for media and tech equity. A native of Gullah country South Carolina, Collette develops content grounded in racial-, gender- and economic-justice frameworks, centering the lived experiences of most-impacted communities. Her life mission is to create music, spaces and stories that make liberation irresistible. Collette is a proud graduate of Howard University with a B.A. in radio/TV/film production.

Expert Analysis

  • Explainer
    Internet Access
    Media Consolidation

    The Tide Is Turning Against the T-Mobile/Sprint Deal

    April 1, 2019

    Stocks are tumbling. Congress is asking questions. And the once seemingly forgone approval of T-Mobile’s $26-billion merger with Sprint is now in serious jeopardy.

  • Explainer
    Internet Access
    Net Neutrality

    Ajit Pai's Biggest Lies of 2018

    December 21, 2018

    The FCC chairman has stooped to incredible lows in his attempt to justify his repeal of Net Neutrality and a plethora of other consumer protections.

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  • Update
    Net Neutrality
    Media Consolidation

    Turkey with a Side of Justice

    November 20, 2018

    This holiday season, we at Free Press are grateful for the amazing lawyers on our staff who are fighting to stop the FCC from gutting our communication rights.

  • Update
    Free & Open Internet

    Hey NBC: 'Erase the Hate' Starts at Home

    November 13, 2018

    NBCUniversal just revived its “Erase the Hate” campaign. If it really wants to combat hate, it should start by firing a White supremacist in its ranks.