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First Lady On Importance Of A Black President

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Published on Sep 22, 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama talks about a photo that hangs in the White House of a small boy touching President Obama's hair to find it feels like his own. She says there is a generation of children growing up thinking it is perfectly normal to have an African-American President.

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