President Obama has given us many reasons to say thanks. But as a young optimist, the most significant and lasting part of his legacy is hope.
With the Obamas leaving the White House, D.C. asks itself the tough questions. Sure, you were down when times were good, but are you ready to tough it out?
To many African-American families, Obama’s presidency means something special. But he is more than just a black president. He is part of the family.
The dream where you met President Obama. How did it feel? Is there a compound word that best describes it? Wake up, sleepyhead, and tell us.
Barack Obama proved more successful on women’s issues than any of his predecessors. Reflecting on our progress, on the dawn of uncertain times for women.
In this mini-episode, Cali and Dave talk about the legacy of the 44th President and thank him—both sincerely and sarcastically—at the end of the era of Obama.
They called him analytical and cerebral. But the lasting impression of Barack Obama’s presidency is deeply human and emotional. This is his legacy.
FLOTUS, I’m sure you get this all the time, but I have to say it, now that I have a chance. Your husband is great, but you’re like so amazing.
It’s going to be a rough week, so let’s keep it lighthearted and uplifting, shall we? Jesse puts his own spin on Thanks Obama, with limericks of gratitude.