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Becoming Quotes by Michelle Obama(page 3 of 28)
Michelle Obama Talks About Overcoming Being Labelled An ‘Angry Black Woman’
Former first lady Michelle Obama says one of the hardest chapters to write in her new memoir was her recollection of being called an ''angry black woman'' on the campaign trail. Rough Cut no reporter narration. Former first lady Michelle Obama says one of the hardest chapters to write in her new memoir was her recollection of being called an "angry black woman" on the campaign trail. Tue, Sep 24, - Thu, Nov 15, - Fri, Mar 16, - Fri, Dec 22, -
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Underrepresented minority groups often find themselves having to overcome widely-held stereotypes about their groups. - ATLANTA — Sit down with groups of black women in Atlanta as this tumultuous political year draws to a close, and two names dominate the conversation: Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, and what they revealed in about how power is gained and thwarted. In gatherings of friends, in book clubs and discussions across the city, women said they were struck by seeing their own life experiences reflected in the possibilities and constraints faced by Ms.
She is married to the 44th president of the United States , Barack Obama , and was the first African-American first lady. In her early legal career, she worked at the law firm Sidley Austin , where she met Barack Obama. She subsequently worked in non-profits and as the associate dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago and the vice president for Community and External Affairs of the University of Chicago Medical Center. Michelle married Barack in and they have two daughters. Obama campaigned for her husband's presidential bid throughout and , delivering a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. She returned to speak for him at the Democratic National Convention.