Saturday, February 7, 2015

Milestone

25 years ago today, President Barack Obama was the first black student elected to preside over the Harvard Law Review.

He was interviewed for the first time publicly...who knew then that he was destined to be the first Black U.S.
President?? 

Here's to those Hundreds and Thousands of not just Black, but Latino, Asian and Women with at least equal talent waiting in the wings for their shot!

10 comments:

Samuel Bastion said...

Here,here!

Lisa said...

I love my President!

James Perkins said...

We are indeed fortunate that he is our president.

Sunflower said...

He is indeed an amazing person.. hope many talented people will be able to have these opportunities.

Toni said...

He's gone on to be a great president --- even greater because he's had to deal with such mean spirited, determined to oppose him no matter what, Republicans. They will end up doing themselves and their party in!

Halo said...

Among all various things that he gets, he knows well the universal law of being grateful. I'm proud he is my President.

Vanessa said...

I love My President!

James Perkins said...

What a journey... And an inspiration.

Angie B. said...

I feel blessed that our President is such a remarkable human being. The filth that Republicans have inflicted upon him is exclusively a reflection of them and will stick with them, and only them, forever. Trust me, their filth will be in all the history books. So, today's Republicans, their children, grand children, etc. will be able to read about their disgrace & filth for years to come. Thank you President Obama for being the incredible man that you are. You have made many of us so proud.

Anonymous said...

I'm so proud..I could just throw my panties!




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