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Barack Obama gave his acceptance speech at approximately 1:40 a.m. ET on Wednesday morning, shortly after Mitt Romney delivered his concession speech. During the speech, Obama thanked his supporters, wished goodwill towards his now-former opponents and laid out his plan for the next four years, while painting a picture of a bipartisan, united America. “We are not as…

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Cynthia Bailey’s and Peter Thomas’ Bar One nightclub near downtown Atlanta exploded in euphoria at precisely the moment CNN projected that incumbent President Barack Obama would win reelection at approximately 11 p.m. on Election Night. It was a collective cheer of joy, but also an exhale of relief. The amount of nervous energy that flowed…

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“I have never loved you more, I have never been prouder to watch the rest of America fall in love with you, too, as the nation’s First Lady,” President Barack Obama says to his wife of 20 years during his victory speech following a win for second term in the Oval Office. An iconic stylemaker,…

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On Tuesday, Nov.6, President Barack Obama soared to victory over his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, to be re-elected as the nation’s 44th president. The road to Obama’s success was paved not only by our nation’s first family and their brilliant team, but also by several impassioned celebrities who threw their weight behind this year’s election.…

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President Obama has won re-election and his celebrity supporters came out in full force the entire evening to galvanize support for the incumbent, and then to celebrate. Some, like our beloved comedian Chris Rock, took his observations to another level, like this one: CNN projects Mitt Romney trying to be the first white guy to…

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President Obama wins his second bid for the presidency.  He wins 303 electoral votes to opponent Mitt Romney who pulled in only 206. The Democratic incumbent took the battleground state of Ohio, which has 18 electoral votes, pushing past the 270 needed to win the presidency, CBS projected. It has been a long and grueling…

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Correct me if I’m wrong, but how many times did “the poor” or “lower class” populations come up during the presidential campaigns, and what does this mean for those who make up that population especially those who, inadvertently or consequently, lost their rights including the right to vote? I’m speaking of those who are entangled…

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With few hours left in the presidential election, many of those in the inner-city complex as well as suburban areas feel strongly about their role in electing the right candidate. What is the common thread among both groups? It reaches deeper than healthcare issues or foreign policies. A generational legacy is being created when you…

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President Barack Obama’s influence on culture remains immeasurable. For the first time in history, the President of the United Stated of America was admired so much that sneakers, hats, shirts and other clothing items were created in his likeness. Although most of the items that feature the president are sold on the black market or…

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  Celebrities are urging their fans and followers to get out and vote today. Everyone from hip-hop moguls like Diddy and Russell Simmons, who are avid Obama supporters, to our beautiful actresses like Gabrielle Union and Holly Robinson Peete are keeping the positive conversation going for Twitter and Instagram to see and join in. Even…

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