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BARACK OBAMA’S FAMILY ALBUM:PICTURES OF HIS PARENTS,KIDS,MOTHER,GRANDPARENTS

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A snapshot of President elect Barack Obama’s parents Barack Obama Sr. and Ann Dunham.His parents met in 1960 while attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where his father was a foreign student and married on February 2, 1961. They separated when Obama was two years old.
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President Elect Barack Obama with his maternal grandparents Stanley and Madelyn Dunham.Madelyn Dunham died of canceR  on November 3, 2008.His grandson,however,made an unprecedented win in the .

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Obama has seven half-siblings from his Kenyan father’s family, six of them living, and a half-sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, the daughter of his mother and her Indonesian second husband.wikipedia


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This picture shows presidential elect, Obama, 9, right, with his mother Ann Dunham, center, his Indonesian step-father Lolo Soetoro, and his less than one-year-old half-sister Maya Soetoro in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Barack and wife Michelle with their daughters in 2004.
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Barack and Michelle with a two-year-old Malia.

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  4. I am 14 in it was so very sad that barack obama grandmother passed away. But i think i know why she did , because she made sure you was this far and she just said you have to do the rest of it. But i know your grandparents and real parents was the best. lasty, I know your grandamother loved you so very much. thanks for listening to my comment and we all love you.

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  5. President Obama. I have a great respect for you and your family. The only thing I don’t understand is why you say that you are black. I am a special education teacher and I see both mixed children and not. You have the perfect position to show that color does not matter, but for some reason because you say you are the “First Black” President at my school we have become divided. First of all I must say that black and white parents make the prettiest children. But for some reason all childre unless they are fully black are considered inferior. DOn’t you know that you have the best opportunity to show people that life is not of color but of upbringing. If you stand for what you were raised to believe then why do you not say you are mixed. What a wonderful why to say the color does not matter. But for some reason because you don’t except you are not white (and that’s from my black friends) they put us down now. Reverse descrimination, but sadly we or I don’t go there. Please see that you have the perfect opportunity to blend as one.

  6. Hello,
    Hello world,
    Im Jaquinn Smith
    I’m Black so i just want to say how much i love Obama! He totlly reprcents our black race perfectly! I loves him! My hole family dos to. Thats why we voted for hem. And plus hes 1 halfs wite so wites will vote four him to. Its great that a blacks man can be presideent i love him. He is truly the greatest man alive.
    Thak gOD for boama i love him completelys.

  7. Hi Am A ugandan student at valley college and i am suprised to find he’s ablack african coz em one too may God bless Him.

  8. How can you not be thrilled by the Inauguration of Barrack Obama being sworn in as the next president of the United States? We all are fortunate to be present to experience the first person of color in this position. This is a time that all will remember exactly what they were doing 10, 20, years from now. I am hopeful that we all will support him and his cabinet with their efforts to make this country better for all human beings. God Bless us all.

  9. I just read some of Obamas biography I see that this man is a truely an American, I mean The next generation of our Founding Fathers.Hes not black ,Hes not white HES AN AMERICAN. I proud to be a part of the next generation . I always wanted to be the first woman president(lol),The american people have opened the door. anything is possible.GOD BLESS AMERICA!

  10. It’s over one week and I am still IN SHOCK!!!!!!!! May God bless and
    keep him safe. i ask that all christian who know the power of prayer
    say a prayer for our president elect Obama every day.

  11. Hi Im mona from Egypt
    I read all previous comments about barak obama . my impression as I see him in TV and from I read about him last months is that he is honest man and I hope this kind & challenge features appear in his face help him to lead USA in the right way and return back to be respected and loved by us as before .

  12. It’s unfortunate that people gotta hate just for the sake of hating. Those are the peole who need to give Barack a chance. I wanna hear from them a few years from now when he has done something positive for them!!

  13. Moi française, je suis contente que Barack Obama soit le nouveau président des Etats-Unis !!! Et voir un grand homme avec une belle famille il va réussir à changer des chose dans ce pays!!!

    Bravo à Barack Obama ! world is beautiful !!!

  14. Sissy sweet pea I don’t know where you have been or where you have gotten your education, but you need to try again. If you have a parent/s that is a US citizen it doesn’t matter where you are born you are still considered a Citizen of the US.

    Birth Abroad to One Citizen and One Alien Parent in Wedlock: A child born abroad to one U.S. citizen parent and one alien parent acquires U.S. citizenship at birth under Section 301(g) INA provided the citizen parent was physically present in the U.S. for the time period required by the law applicable at the time of the child’s birth. (For birth on or after November 14, 1986, a period of five years physical presence, two after the age of fourteen is required. For birth between December 24, 1952 and November 13, 1986, a period of ten years, five after the age of fourteen are required for physical presence in the U.S. to transmit U.S. citizenship to the child.)

    If he wasn’t a legal US citizen not only would he not have been able to run for president, I am sure they would have had proof against him running in the first place.

    • Maryamb, you seem informed about the law concerning citizenship in this area. My question is concerning qualifications for President. I heard the President must be physically born on U.S. soil.(Native born). I am told this is not the case for our President. I respect that he is our President, as all citizens should do. However, if he does not meet the minimum requirements, I want to know why he was allowed to run in the first place and who dropped that ball. I wasnt at his birth. I dont know who to believe at this point. I’m just asking a few questions.

  15. Barak Obama, is not only going to be the next President of the United States, he is God’s “Statement” to the world. Through him, God is making a “statement” similar to the one he made to Israel in the days of the judges (Judges Chapters 4 & 5), when he raised Deborah to be judge, prophetess and warrior in patriarchal Israel. Though the Commander-in-Chief of the Israeli armies; Barak, was a valiant General, it was Deborah who led the way to the war; and another woman Jael, who killed Sisera the enemy. God’s statement then to Israel was that both men and women were all his creations, and that he could do with women what I would do with men. The Statement God is now making to the world through Obama is the same that he made to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon (Daniel 4: 17) and it is this:

    The Most High God rules in the Kingdom of men and gives it to whomever he will, and appoints over it the lowest of men”

    Obama is God’s statement to the whole world that he created all people of all colors and loves them all, and that the only way they can survive in these difficult times as a species, is to mutually respect each other and to share all things in common. If the people of the earth refuse to learn this lesson by the Obama’s mandate is over, they will learn it the hard way

  16. on November 4, there was an Election for my province’s governor. But I was far more excited to follow the news about the result of US Election.

    I think Barack Obama has became the new celebrity in my country (Indonesia), because of the fact that he lived at Jakarta for several years (although that was like, what? 30 years ago?!).

    But hey, at least he get a good publicity. Here, he became the most popular US President (in a good way. unlike Bush….).

    moreover, I cried when I listen to his speech. I hope he can stop the war in the Middle East.

  17. “I have a dream . . . ”
    The Dream came true . . .
    Obama is in the heart of millions of Iranians!
    I couldn’t stop crying when heard the news.

    I wish the best for him and for all colored people around the world for all injustice and discriminations they have had in centuries.

  18. It’s too bad his grandma passed away just before he was elected President. That has to hurt him inside, and I feel bad for him too. He does have alot of weight on his shoulders, and if he can get a good staff built around him, I believe he can fix many of the problems we have as a country. But I am not expecting a miracle because I know he can’t these problems immediately. It may take a year or so.

  19. [...] Obama fulfilled the dreams of all afro-americans I am a huge fan of hip-hop music. I came in contact with this kind of music and 1988 and still re mained one of my favourites. So, finally, after 20 years of listening to this music, I finally see a black president in charge. I sincerelt think that, in some way, MC’s and bands like KRS-One, Chuck-D, Rakim, EPMD, Kool Moe Dee, Dr Dre, 2 Pac, Biggie, Snoop DiOuDoubleGee and many, many others paved the way to this. Unfortunately some of them are not with us anymore. I will definitely remain a huge fan of this extraordinary culture … hip-hop. I found on a blog called blackcelebkids.com some old photos of Obama and I attach for you one with his family in 2004. You can find the rest of the photos here. [...]

  20. Obama we All NIGERIAN LOVE YOU WE THANK GOD FOR GIVING THAT VICTORY LET HIS NAME BE PRAISE JUST LIKE YOU SAID WHEN GOD SAY YES NO MAN CAN SAY NO

  21. ok, so, did anyone realize that so many black people didn’t think he could make it because white people wouldn’t vote for him…does it matter to anyone that THAT is a huge part of the racial divide – that they didn’t or don’t understand how white people actually feel about race – so much added pain onto what true racism really exits…that is sad

  22. I would like to secure pictures of Barack Obama and Family for a calendar, would you please contact me on how I can do that?

  23. To the family of President Elect Barack Obama, I’m 52 years old from the state of Georgia. I’m a disable woman who don’t let it get me down, I had to stay up to watch CNN on Tuesday night.

    I must say I’m one proud woman in the USA now. Before the election numbers came in I was just thinking to myself, where on this earth can I go and live besides the USA and feel my freedom as a woman again?

    Now I have my answer. God has sent a man to try hard to make Change for all people, now I will staty here in the USA, I have a part time job that I don’t worry about very much. Although the sales has dropped I’m still on my job thanking God that I still have it.

    My heart goes out to those that has loss there jobs and so much more at no fault of their own. Times are hard for so many people now that I as one voter say this “It’s time for a big change in the USA”, now the man to bring that change has graceful steped up to the plate for all people.

    The change has come and the way I feel now I just can’t put into words. I had to have surgery, but I wasn’t going to let that stop me from getting my vote in no matter what. The 106 year old woman in Atlanta, GA didn’t let her age stop her. So I had to what I know was right for my country and myself.

    I’m so very proud of President Elect Obama and his family. You all really show what it mean to be a real family. I will keep you all in my prayers each time I speak with my God. May God continue to strengthen and bless you all forever.

    First Lady Michelle you have given me strength to know that nothing is to hard to do or try once you set your heart and mine to it. I’m also very active in my community for the right thing.

    I’ve had many to say I need to not speak out so much on so many issues, even my families tell me this, but I just go on any way. If speaking out is wrong, then I’m wrong and I will continue to go on until I just can’t speak and help those that need my help.

    But I won’t and can’t stop now. I have 4 grandsons, one granddaughter who I love so very much. I always tell them that ‘Can’t’ is a word we don’t use in this family. All Things Are Possible With God. Amen!

  24. Sorry i directed that at r.sacife. remember the lady who claimed a black man scrape obama on her face? I think he obama ran mostly on his country not race.

  25. r. scaife i think you are being somewhat prejudice. How about the fact that he obama married the first black first lady??

  26. Sami I doubt obama would be considered white in any country. Except maybe for some rural parts of the world and africa. Still there are africans including kenyans where his father is from with his complexion. I think CNN ans NBC also called him the first black president. while acknowlegeing his mother and grandparents. see his biography on the bio channel. His sister made some interesting points about his background.

  27. interestingly, in haiti he would be considered white, which points out how dumb it is to say obama’s black. he’s biracial and was raised primarily by his white family. he’s not the first black president; he’s the first biracial president, a true statement about america to day – we’re not black, we’re not white, we’re multiracial, multicultural. and that is exactly what obama is. and that to me is historic – to have an actual representation of our country.

  28. @ Chika

    You are a evil person to talk about a smart, intelligent, and graceful woman and her precious dauhgter. Malia is beautiful and had she not been First Daughter she would have definitely been a model. Get a life, please.

  29. HI MR. PRES ,IM SO HAPPY YOU ARE MY NEW PRESIDENT!! I KNOW YOU WILL MAKE A CHANGE IN THE WORLD AND I WOULD LIKE TO ASK YOU A QUESTION!!!! HOW DID YOU GET THROUGH ALL THAT RACISM THE PEOPLE PUT YOU THROUG?

    FROM YASMINE SUMMER BINET!!!!

  30. lololove, it dont matter about his color barack made something out of his life, so when you say if it was slave times he would be out in the cotton field, thats why millions of slaves and modern day leaders gave their lives, so that people like barack could fulfil his dreams, in slave times many slaves educated themselves, they didnt get the success but their childrens childrens got a taste of the american dream. So it dont matter by color they are lots of whites who are poor and uneducated, and still have their minds in the gutter like you, so even if barack didnt get to be president he would still make history and be a successful human being, because he have the education and the potential to make it better for him and his family, and they are lots of black people who are making it in the world, so who cares about the color of his skin, some people in the US will because racism is still ever present among us but at least we can defy the stereotyping some people have for us and move on, and make a better life for ourselves and our children, so go take your mind out of the cesspool you have it in and realize that barack’s mother knew her son would one day be a positive human being, she didnt got an abortion because she got pregnant especially in those times in the 60′s, I am sure some people scorn her and wanted to know what is she doing with a black man, but she bought up her son and educated him and he turn out to be a leader even before he became president, so eat your heart out because you probably dont even have half the amount of education and smarts like barack and michelle, michelle also had a good job making over 240,000 dollars a year, so why you going back to slave days, you know in slave days whites were also slaves? so go read your history and stop being an idiot and realize that life have processes we have to go through and things have to improve and people have to move on, so be thankful that it is not the slave times because many blacks make this country what it is today, you wont read that in your history books because history in the US was geared towards elevating the white man. What if macain had gotten in your employer wont have to provide health care for you, if you are an adult, and if you are a young person, you wont have health care by your employer, so go read your history because you are lacking in lots of common sense.

  31. It’s funny to say that he is black…
    Her mother is white right? His father is black right? Why do people say he’s black? He could be both white or black man since he’s born from Black and White people…

    Who cares?
    whish you good luck! God bless you!

  32. Barack is black but there is no denying that he is biracial. White people raised him. He met his father once when he was 10 years old. the only male figure he had in his life was a white man. Culturally he is more of a white man than he is a black man

  33. How must the racisist feel now??? Their precious white woman has birthed the nations 1st BLACK president. Are they rollong around in their graves? What comes around goes around. Thank God for having the forsight to know that an african and a white woman would have the closest thing to our saviour!!!!!

  34. Congratulation to Barack Obama to be as 44th president of US, even he is not directly an Indonesians but he was part of Indonesians and i’m proud to be Indonesians. Thanks to his mother who did lot for indonesian people in the past. Good Luck Mr. Obama god bless you…

  35. I love the fact he remains in contact with his roots in Kenya.Happy the girls know who they are.So proud of him and America.

  36. Congratulation for your great success not only for you but also for the great nation that’ll be born with you, with your ideas, thoughts, believes. Every human being must- from now – have a dream, but to have a dream you must be free, and have a chance for human life . We hope all the world dreams could be achieved with a person like you . I hope to be able to attend the great day of the celebration on the 20th January 2009 with you .
    Thank you just for the change idea, and for the ultimate human dream ( happiness instead of miserable ) .You have the chance to achieve the principles of the American fathers of ” justice, freedom and equality ” all over the world, we dream to live in a world without kill, why a child could be killed allover the world ?, this child may be a scientist or a thinker from whom the world could be benefit . Why a human being could be miserable allover the world ? , we could – with your idea of
    Change – make the era of peace, justice and equality instead of the human war . May ALLAH pleas and help you to achieve your goals and mission .

  37. However folks wants to label Barack Obama, he is our next president and all of America voted for him: black, white, latino, native american, and asian! Just shows how we are evolving as a nation.

    And you know, we do need to acknowledge racially mixed folks. We keep on saying you gotta be one thing or the other? Says who? Some antiquated racist law from 200 years ago and yet people (black and white) continue to use today? Puh-lease! That BS was made by ignorant and scared people to hold other people down. And yet, it persists today.
    So I am black even if I have a white parent? How insensitive and dismissive of that white parent. How would this board be if it were reversed? One drop of white blood made you white?
    Let us racially mixed folks identify ourselves! Peace to you all!

  38. Well, first of all it should have NEVER mattered what color or nationality, or anything of that nature. He is a human being first and foremost, and our ONLY concern should have been who we can get in office to change the way the world is NOW.

    I think the most disturbing thing to me, is that his mother was white and his father was black, and he is being addressed as African American! Hello? He is from both races and should NOT be catergorized in any ONE race.

    He is Malato which means mixed race not african american or white. The white race has caused the catergorizing of a mix race and the only thing, I can say is that, it is IGNORANCE.

    The white man made the rule if you have 3 % black in you, you are considered African American. Tell me, who the heck, made US think we have a right to address someone because of the color of their skin.

    He is who he is and that is a HUMAN BEING! Live & let live! The ONE thing that is not in the bible and that is NO ONE is better than anyone else, or have any other rights, that the other race of people shouldn’t have no matter what race it is!!!

    YEAAAAAA BARACK!!!!! :)

    P.S. I myself, am an Italian Amercian, and I feel we are ALL equal! :)

  39. Congratulations Barack you deserve it. Im 18 and Im glad my first vote was for change and for the first black president. He truly is an amazing person. He is for the people,all people. He talk about change and help making the US a better place for all of us. He reminds me of Martin Luther King Jr. and I just continue to pray for him and his beautiful family.That God cover and protect them and bless them.

  40. I Love Barack Obama’s baby picture he was riding his bike he was around like 4 or 5 years and that other baby picture with his mom Ann Dunham and i like his parents picture Barack Obama Sr. and Ann Dunham they got divorced when Barack Obama was 2 yrs old I lyke Ann Dunham with Barack Obama Sr. but who cares she died in November 1995 i was like 7 months old and Barack Obama Sr. died in 1982.

  41. [...] Last night was simply amazing. Barack Obama coasted to victory and gained a total of 349 electoral votes compared to John McCain’s 147. Barack received 62,806,760 popular votes to McCain’s 55,650,160. Many media outlets had predicted a landslide in favor of Obama. Barack galvanized the masses especially the celebrities. 145 years after Lincoln reluctanly signed the Emancipation Proclamation which liberated the African slaves, we then proudly elected the first African American President last night. To see some beautiful pictures of Barack’s family CLICK HERE. [...]

  42. We can’t lose sight that there are people that are going to be critical of him. And there are prejudice people that is hoping he fails.

  43. Judge not the man by the colour of his skin. Racism is not dead since so much reference is made to ‘The first black president’
    Who cares what colour he is. Lets see what he acheives as a man then shall judgement be made.

  44. Now that Barak has been elected president, people are on his back already, saying they can’t wait to see if he can pull this country together. Damn can the man get his foot in the door first, he has until 1-20-09 to be in the White House.There is still alot of hating going on, Get it together people get it together.

  45. OBAMA’S MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER MUST BE LOOKING DOWN IN COMPLETE JOY. I JUST LOVE HIS STORIES REGARDING THE WAY HE WAS BROUGHT UP HIS MOTHER AND GRANDPARENTS MADE ALOT OF SACRAFICES FOR HIM AND HIS SISTER AND IT PAID OFF.

    AND I HAVE TO SAY IN REGARDS TO BARACK OBAMA’S FATHER WHO STEPPED OUT OF HIS LIFE AT A YOUNG AGE LIKE ALOT OF MEN DO TO THEIR CHILDREN. THIS IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF WHY A MAN SHOULD NEVER EVER BAIL OUT ON THEIR CHILDRENS BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNOW HOW THEY MAY TURN OUT. IN OBAMA’S CASE HE TURNED OUT TO BE THE FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

    MEN OUT THERE DO YOUR PART IN YOUR KIDS LIFE BECAUSE THEY DON’T ALWAYS TURN OUT BAD. AND OF COURSE I’M NOT TALKING TO THOSE FATHERS THAT ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING. I’M SPEAKING TO THE ONES THAT ARE NOT.

    AND BLACK BOYS ARE TWICE AS LIKELY TO END UP IN PRISON AND TWICE AS LIKELY TO END UP DROPPING OUT OF SCHOOL AND DOING DRUGS IF THEY DO NOT HAVE A STRONG AND POSITIVE MALE INFLUENCE IN THEIR LIFE. AND TRUST ME WHEN I SAY YOU DO NOT WANT ANOTHER MAN GETTING THE CREDIT FOR WHAT YOU SHOULD BE DOING. SO DO THE RIGHT THING AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN BECAUSE THEY CAN’T TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES. THEY DID NOT ASK TO BROUGHT INTO THIS WORLD SO IT IS UNFAIR TO THEM IF YOU BAILOUT.

  46. They said he is the first black president on European tv too. I think its good to show and remember his mother and grandparents because they are an important part of his life. Aswell as his extended family in kenya. Americans from all backgrounds cast their votes and clearly have’ no problem seeing a black or minority family in the white house.

  47. They said he is the first black president on European tv too. I think its good to show and remember his mother and grandparents because they are an important part of his life. Aswell as his extended family in kenya. Americans from all backgrounds cast their votes and have clearly no problem seeing a black or minority family in the white house.

  48. If this were still slave times he would have been right out there pickn cotton. Even though his mother was white. They go by the color of your skin. He wouldn’t have even been close to a house slave.

    He lists himself as black. The man is black.

  49. i see him as the first Peoples President and i am joyful for this moment because it took white, black, hispanic and all to vote him in

  50. AMERICA HAS SPOKEN , THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN, WE MADE IT WE SURVIVED… THE FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES…PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA THE LORD IS TRULY GOOD…WHEN HE SAYS YES CAN’T NOBODY SAY NO!….PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA OBAMA NAD HIS BEAUTIFUL FAMILY… I AM SO PROUD RIGHT NOW.

  51. Clearly the people have spoken, Thanks to everyone who voted.
    And to the Obama Family and Biden Family God Bless, the road is going to be long and hard but keep the faith. And lets not forget the people before us that paved the way so Victory is ours.

    I’M PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN, I’M PROUD TO BE APART OF HISTORY
    I’M PROUD TO MAKE A CHANGE

  52. Well obama maybe white and black but he seems to be more black than white becuz everyone said were gonna have our 1st black president now first birical president duh!

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