Tracy Oliver has made it a point in her career as a film and TV producer and writer to center her work around Black women—but, most importantly, Black women who are allowed to be more than just savior figures or martyrs of Black trauma. From the box office hit Girls Trip to her latest show Harlem, Tracy creates worlds where Black women can be ridiculous, gross, lighthearted—they can just be human. In our conversation, Tracy explains the importance of basing your work around what you want to see in the world, and how to ask for what you're worth.
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