Posts Tagged ‘harvard

06
Feb
20

Breaking Barriers

10
Aug
19

Michelle Obama Is Everything!

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I was just 2 years old when Michelle Obama became first lady. When I was growing up, she was always just there, smiling on the covers of magazines, surrounded by groups of kids in the White House gardens, holding hands with her husband. At that time, I didn’t have a concept of who she really was. But as I got older I began to realize how important she was—and the impact she was having on my generation. I learned more about her in Becoming, her memoir, in which she tells the story of her journey from Chicago’s South Side to the White House. Her voice is honest and often vulnerable, especially when she experiences change, like going to a new high school or becoming the first lady. Frequently she asks herself, “Am I good enough?” But she is also mesmerizing and determined, asserting herself as a force from a young age. Michelle Obama doesn’t use her book to preach, though. Instead she shares her ideas with the world through storytelling. As a journalist, that’s how I communicate too—by knocking on doors and asking people to share their stories. And so when I got the chance to interview her, my goal was simple: to uncover more about the ideas behind her stories and how they can inspire us all, regardless of our politics.

More here

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16
Dec
18

An Interesting Life Indeed

17
Mar
18

Harvard Law Review President

05
Feb
18

History Made On This Date

14
Dec
17

A+ First Lady

27
Feb
17

#BlackHistoryMonth: The Incomparable First Lady Michelle Obama

13
Feb
17

Harvard Never Looked So Good

04
Aug
14

53 Years: The Journey In Images


1961

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toddler

1962

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1963

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 Meanwhile, in Chicago …. a girl is born.

1964

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A young Barack Obama on a tricycle in Hawaii in the 1960s.

1965

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1966

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1967

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OBAMA-INDONESIA

OBAMA-INDONESI

1968

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1969

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Continue reading ’53 Years: The Journey In Images’

05
Feb
14

Early Bird Chat

Barack Obama, the first African American elected President of the Harvard Law Review, 1990

(I can’t work out if he was elected on February 5 or 6 in 1990, different places give different dates – maybe the election was one day, and the results the next? So, we’ll make it a two day anniversary celebration!).

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