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Caitlin Douglas


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Caitlin Douglas is a 26 year old activist from Shreveport, LA. A graduate of Northwestern State University, Ms. Douglas has dedicated herself to building her community from the ground up. She's organized "L.I.N.K FEST," a Festival of The Arts for minority artists, for 4 years running. In 2019, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s colleague asked her to work with him and follows his footsteps as an Executive Member of her local NAACP Chapter. When she's not organizing festivals, Caitlin can be found marching the streets of Lousiana, fighting for police reform, political accountability and policy change. She is the founder and co-founder of Hood Politics and We, the People: 2 organizations dedicated to educating the people about policy, government structure, basic Human Rights, and voting power. She enjoys spending time with family, singing, dancing, networking and volunteering in her community. As a Seed of Positivity, Caitlin hopes to show that standing for what you believe in is the greatest seed a person could sow.

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    September 21, 1994

  • Louisiana, United States



Pageant Platform

Police Reform and Political Accountability

What is the Occupation of Caitlin Douglas

Activist | Influencer | Brand Consultant | Communications Director at We, the People. | Background Vocalist | Executive Member of the Shreveport NAACP | Actress | Model

Which School Did Caitlin Douglas Attend?

Northwestern State University

Why start competing in pageants

I was inspired to start this journey because of the rich history that Miss Black America has. Pageantry requires self determination of the highest regards. It pushes you mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and forces you to be the absolute best version of yourself. That is inspiring! Above all else, it provides a figurative megaphone to amplify the voices of the people. There are a myriad of people fighting for justice and equity and basic Human Rights every single day. Platforms such as this make them seen and heard. That’s why I want to use this opportunity to show our nation the power of unity and perseverance.

FUN FACTS about Caitlin Douglas

I took a picture with my celebrity look-a-like. I was the call and response leader for the largest march in my hometown during the national solidarity protests in honor of George Floyd and many others. I had a 20 minute conversation with Lou Gossett, Jr.

What is the Nationality of Caitlin Douglas

American Descendant of Slaves