Anthony Rogers-Wright
MeetAnthony Rogers-Wright
A New Yorker in Seattle, Anthony can be found drinking coffee in the rain, yelling at televisions and chasing his 3 year-old. His book, IntersectionALL is due for release in early 2019.

From the mind of Anthony

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No Whites After Labor Day: Black Liberation Needs More from Fair-Weather, Fair-Skinned Allies

After the summer of protests for racial justice, the streets seem a lot quieter. Where have the white allies gone now that the work must be done?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
October 22, 2020
Politics
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Paradoxical Osmosis: Overcoming It, Before it Undercuts Us… Even More.

As an activist, how do you ensure that your advocacy doesn’t wind up creating the same feeling of oppression you’re trying to upend?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
June 1, 2020
Politics, Prompts
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Joe Biden Cares About Black Votes. Black Lives? Not So Much.

Black voters saved Joe Biden’s nomination. Now, with Bernie Sanders exiting the race for the Democratic nomination, we must ask: Can Black people trust him?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
April 9, 2020
Politics
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New Hampshire: No Country for… Black People’s Electoral Significance

In the first primary of the 2020 electoral cycle, New Hampshire has an opportunity and responsibility to consider the Black vote.

Anthony Rogers-Wright
February 10, 2020
Politics
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Bernie’s “Awkward” Debate Moment on Race was an Ironic Paradox for the Climate Change Narrative

In the last debate, Bernie Sanders pivoted a question on race to talk about climate change. But was that awkward moment also a moment of truth?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
December 23, 2019
Politics
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“The Necessity Defense”—Why {I’m Not Sorry} for Antifa

Is violence ever warranted? Or is it sometimes necessary? An exploration of Antifa and their tactics in flushing out the evils of our time.

Anthony Rogers-Wright
September 25, 2019
Politics, Prompts
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“Barney Rubble Peed on My Bookbag”—A {Back to School} Nightmare

Anthony could barely live without his Barney Rubble bottle. But that fateful day in 1st grade, his BFF came splashing down on the whole class.

Anthony Rogers-Wright
September 4, 2019
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Cherry Blossoms and Vivaldi, or How Climate Change Has {Sprung} the Spring

Due to climate change, spring seems to come earlier every year. How does that affect peak bloom for D.C.’s famous cherry blossom trees?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
April 16, 2019
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When Advancing Black Liberation Doesn’t Fit the Agenda—What’s “Left” For Us?

Many see the political Left as the only safe haven for Black Americans. But is there room for new ideas on Black liberation, or is it all just lip service?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
February 27, 2019
Politics
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