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Darlene Rogers grew up in Harambee where the norm for kids trying to “be somebody” is to leave. Rogers believes people need the chance to find something they’re passionate about and willing to persevere for. She acknowledged that, for some people, that’s easier said than done.
Read more about Darlene Rogers at milwaukeestories.org.
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