Articles by Tracey L. Rogers

The Weathering of Black America

September 2, 2020 | Martin Luther King, Jr. had the heart of a 60-year old when he died at 39. As a Black activist today, it’s easy to understand why.

A Tale of Two Americas

June 3, 2020 | Gun-toting quarantine protesters are called “very good people,” while unarmed people protesting police violence are “thugs.”

What Could Become Possible

April 6, 2020 | From health care for all to lower-carbon lifestyles, many once radical ideas now seem more possible — and more necessary — than ever.

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Reflections on ‘Black Excellence’

February 26, 2020 | In some ways it’s toxic to demand that black people work twice as hard to get a seat at the table. But there’s no denying we’ve defied the odds.