Libero is a tech-savvy movement strategist, educator, and writer. He is also nationally recognized for his work as an organizer, curriculum developer, facilitator, public speaker, and educator.

Libero was previously the Digital Director, then the Communications Director, of People’s Action. Before that, he was the Digital Director and Senior Organizer for Alliance for a Just Society. 

Libero’s writing has been featured in such publications as Common Dreams, TruthoutSan Francisco Chronicle, Colorlines, Black Commentator and People’s World. Libero was the Editor of RaceFile magazine from 1993-1997. He was Digital Director of the People’s World news organization from to 2009-2014. As a Senior Research Associate at the Applied Research Center (now Race Forward), Libero worked as a researcher and educator on racial justice issues. On 2000 he received the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition’s “Push for Excellence in Education Award”.

Libero became involved in student organizing in high school in Salt Lake City, Utah and was the first youth organizer for DARE (Direct Action for Rights and Equality) in Providence, Rhode Island. Libero is a graduate of the Center for Third World Organizing’s Minority Activist Apprenticeship Program (MAAP) in 1991 and its Community Partnership Program in 1994. He received the Bannerman Fellowship for Young Activists of Color in 1997. He lives in East Harlem, NY.