Voices of Power: Desiree Rogers on Serving Obama
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Voices of Power: Desiree Rogers on Serving Obama

Desiree Rogers, White House social secretary, reacts to comments by Attorney General Eric Holder about race relations and says she feels pride, not pressure, as she steps into history as the first African American social secretary. Video by Akira Hakuta and Whitney Shefte/washingtonpost.com

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