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Tracey Onyenacho Tracey Onyenacho


Tracey Onyenacho is a writer who loves fighting for social justice as much as she loves dancing to Afrobeats. She's not afraid of the taboo and her words will prove that every time.

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Here’s What You Need To Know About The Green New Deal

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) recently announced their outline of the Green New Deal: A resolution that will use policy changes to tackle climate change and environmental injustice. With its mission of shifting the United States towards clean and renewable energy, the resolution rests its climate- change solutions on its timeline to get rid of...

All White Outfits At The SOTU Are A Reminder Of How Easily We Forget The White Supremacy In Women's Movements

With a record number of women who have entered legislative seats in 2019, these newcomers used their tickets to the State of the Union to protest against Trump’s address. The newly elected and career lawmakers wore white to the State of the Union as a sign of solidarity for women and all the issues that they plan to work towards in their elected terms. The all-white outfits also...

When It Comes To Black History Our 'Auntie Maxine' Is A Living Legend

Black history wouldn’t be complete without celebrating the Black politicians who’ve paved the way for us to have a seat at the table. One of our most beloved politicians, Maxine Waters, shares her story on how her political career has led her to make Black history, while speaking up on Black issues and winning our hearts as “Auntie Maxine.”Before working in...