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    1. Africa to Obama: Mind your own business

      Al Jazeera via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJul 30 05:46 AM

      Like all imperial powers before it, the US seeks to dominate the world in order to exploit it.

    2. July 29th marks the 7th anniversary of the passage of H.Res.194, the first-ever official Congressional apology for slavery and Jim Crow. In Charleston, President Obama underscored the need for our nation to acknowledge past injustices and take action to rectify their consequences so we can live up to our founding ideals. Chief among those lofty goals is equal access to life, liberty, and the ...

    3. But President Uhuru Kenyatta insists it is a "non-issue" in the country, where homosexual acts remain illegal

    4. This is his 42nd international trip.

    5. How Native American youth brought Obama to tears

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 09 08:40 AM

      More than 800 Native American youths are set to gather at the White House Thursday for an event that may help define President Barack Obama’s legacy in the eyes of indigenous Americans. First Lady Michelle Obama and other officials will speak to young Native Americans from 230 tribal nations about issues affecting their communities, marking the first-ever Tribal Youth Gathering, the Huffington ...

    6. Why Obama blames the right for everything

      New York PostJul 24 05:05 PM

      Surely this wasn’t what Barack Obama had in mind. One need not revisit the mountains of purple prose that greeted Obama’s ascent to the White House (or his descent, given...

    7. Obama Defends Gay Rights on Kenya Trip

      Time MagazineJul 26 07:07 AM

      The African country sentences homosexuals to prison time

    8. *(Via USA Today) – President Obama called on African nations Saturday (in Nairobi, Kenya) to confer equal rights to gays and lesbians, kicking off his first full day in the nation by undertaking a topic that remains highly sensitive on the continent. Kenyan President Kenyatta dismissed the importance of gay rights, calling it a “non-issue” […]

    9. Obama Speaks Out For LGBT Rights In Kenya

      The Huffington PostJul 25 09:31 AM

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    10. Given the disproportionate number of young black men who are arrested and sentenced for drugs, during his visit to El Reno Federal Correction Institution in El Reno, Oklahoma, on Thursday, President Barack  Obama couldn’t help reflecting on what his future might have been. “There but for the grace of God,” Obama told reporters after his visit, according to The New York Times. With more than 2.2...

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