Cedric Fulton is a Community Organizer with the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice. A lifelong resident of Hudson, New York, Cedric is dedicated to empowering young Black men and women to resist the marginalization of their communities. He is also an educator, writer, speaker and a devoted father of two. Formerly incarcerated, his work comes from his own lived experiences of systemic injustice with an intimate understanding of the institutions most impacting people’s lives.
Prior to joining the Katal Center Cedric served in various positions including Interim Executive Director, Program Coordinator and Director of Community Engagement for the Community Justice Advocacy Program (CJAP) at the SBK Social Justice Center, a grassroots, non-profit organization leading a movement for racial justice in Hudson, NY. In addition to his work with the SBK Social Justice Center, Cedric has consulted with ReEntry Columbia, Kite’s Nest, The Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhoods as well as serving on numerous steering committees, and has worked with a wide range of individuals and organizations to create long-term, transformative change. Cedric holds a Degree in Political Science from Framingham State and A.A.S. from Bronx Community College.