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  • Michelle Obama Biography

    “You’re Incredible, Mrs. Michelle Obama" If I can have a sit down at Starbucks with anyone in the world it will be with First Lady Michelle Obama. I have seen Michelle Obama on newspaper, television screen, you will know she is a significant woman to the United States. Everyone know she is the President wife, she is America royalty. I would first ask First Lady Michelle about her biography if you didn’t know Michelle Obama is the forty fourth first lady of the United States. She is also the wife of President Barack Obama who is the president of the United States of America. However she is not only a First Lady but if you didn’t know Michelle was a lawyer first. Michelle Obama work in Chicago and found a job as the City administrator and community…

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  • First Lady Michelle Obama Analysis

    A Theoretical Prespective of First Lady Michelle Obama While many men and women alike, perceive the simple participation of females in political aspects of life to be achieving equality, this is simply not the case. Accounting for factors addressing the relation between portrayal and an individual 's behaviour also shape one 's political agency or freedom. This, when considering historical context, is especially true in regards to women in politics. Michelle Obama is not only seen as the First…

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  • Summary Of Michelle Obama's Commencement Speech

    In 2013, at Bowie State University Michelle Obama made an extremely motivational commencement speech to the graduating class. Obama’s speech was incredibly powerful and heartfelt. She talked about the possible struggles and tough times that individuals went through to become educated, the history of the school, history of how African-Americans couldn’t become educated and several other topics. However, topic in particular stood out, and it was that countless young adults just don’t care about…

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  • Michelle Obama Research Paper

    Michelle Obama has changed the world through the many charities she has been involved in and the constant smiles she has shown through hard times. Michelle Obama is the current First Lady of the United States of America but not for long which means everything she has done could change. Many people look up to Michelle Obama because she cares deeply about everyone no matter what, and always tries to make things better than they are or better than they may seem. In The New York Times (Bruni)…

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  • How Did Michelle Obama Change The World

    and determined are three words people think of in connection to Michelle Obama. Many people know that Michelle Obama was the First Lady, but she was so much more. As First Lady , Michelle Obama showed America that you can change the world with determination. She left a legacy as a fitness enthusiast, women's right activist and First Lady. The early to middle life of Michelle Obama had a strong impact on her call to change. According to David Bergen Brophy on page 54 of “Michelle Obama: Meet…

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  • First Lady Michelle Obama's Role Model

    First Lady Michelle Obama has had to deal not only with the stereotypes of African American Women in the United States, but she has also had to deal with the legacies of the previous First Ladies. The role of First Lady has evolved tremendously over the past one hundred plus years. It evolved from a largely ceremonial role to that of policy advocating and campaigning. For example, “[d]uring the 2008 presidential campaign [Michelle] was asked about what kind of First Lady would I be, or which…

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  • Michelle Obama Let's Move Campaign Speech Analysis

    1st Lady, Michelle Obama gave an eye- opening speech about her “Let’s Move!” campaign against childhood obesity. This took place at the NAACP national convention in Kansas City, Missouri in 2010. The NAACP, otherwise known as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is an African-American civil rights organization in the United States, formed in 1909. There she spoke about how childhood obesity greatly targets African- American children and how this is now a big problem in…

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  • Rhetorical Techniques Used In Leonard Pitts Dear Michelle Obama

    Eight years ago, history was made in the United States. Barack Obama was the first African American to be elected, a landmark decision that forever marked his legacy, with first lady Michelle Obama at his side. The results of a new election have ignited even more hate than the previous one, and division in society is only getting more heated. Some people believe racism in modern society is non existent, and others believe racism is tearing this society apart. In his column “Dear Michelle Obama,”…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In Substance Abuse

    Michelle articulated clearly with her answers and provided thorough information. She presented as a very knowledgeable and experienced practitioner, who has done a lot of speaking about her profession. Our body language was very open as we sat across from each other. We could meet and keep eye-contact as I exhibited I was inviting and actively listening. I felt our body language was very indicative of the SOLER acronym. After talking about self-care, I felt the interview winding down and took…

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  • Hunger Free Kids Act Research Paper

    With the help of her husband, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama created and passed the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act. The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act was put in place by the Obama’s to regulate the amount of salt, sugar, fat in different types of food that the schools on their program feeds the students. Today this is known as the national school lunch program. The national school lunch program supplies the food and regulates what the schools serve the students. The HHFKA…

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