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Tracey L. Rogers

Tracey L. Rogers

Tracey L. Rogers is an entrepreneur and activist living in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

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This Black History Month Its More Important Than Ever to Teach Our History

As politicians ban books and courses, this Black History Month seems especially significant.

Tracey L. Rogers ·


Palestinian Lives Matter: We Must Reject Crimes Against Humanity

We can’t say we support justice and human rights in this country while supporting violence and expulsion abroad.

Tracey L. Rogers ·


Black Voters Saved Our Democracy

Black voters waited in 10-hour lines to show up for Joe Biden. Now Biden needs to return the favor.

Tracey L. Rogers ·


In Trump's America, Gun-Toting Anti-Quarantine Activists Called "Very Good People," But Unarmed Protesters Denouncing Police Brutality Are "Thugs"

What the president and others don't realize is that we're not just protesting the death of George Floyd (or Breonna Taylor, or Ahmaud Arbery, or Eric Garner, or Alton Sterling, or Philando Castile). We are also protesting the racist culture embedded in police precincts throughout the nation—and the brutality that comes with it.

Tracey L. Rogers ·


Can the Party of Lincoln Be Racist? Absolutely

The Great Emancipator was also an open white supremacist who wanted to send freed black people “back to Africa.”

Tracey L. Rogers ·


White Supremacy Is a Genuinely Global Threat

It's inspired terrorist attacks—and entire governing structures—on multiple continents. Can we name it?

Tracey L. Rogers ·


Stop Making Women Apologize

Women are socialized from a young age to say "sorry" for simply occupying space. This Women's History Month, I say no more

Tracey L. Rogers ·


Freedom for All Begins With Freedom for the Most Marginalized

During Black History Month, we celebrate the legacies of those who learned what it truly means to be free—by being denied freedom for centuries

Tracey L. Rogers ·

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