DREAMS FROM MY FATHER by Barack Obama
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In his candid autobiography, Barack Obama does not “toot his own horn” about the great community work he’s accomplished or what an intellectual presence he is. But he does discuss is his lifelong personal struggle with race and identity. The son of a white mother and a black Kenyan father, Obama did not know his place in society. As a youngster, when his father returned to Africa and left his mother and grandparents to raise him in Hawaii, Obama did not learn about the strength of his African heritage until his father’s fatal car accident. On a trip to Africa with his sister Auma as his guide, Obama finally discovers who his father really was and where he fits into the racial puzzle of his multicultural family. Also includes his famous Keynote address at the 2004 Democratic Convention. Softcover.
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