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The Barack Obama Page

The Obama Bibliography lists many of the most important published books related to President Barack Obama, his family, the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns, and his administration. We at BlackPast.org are paying tribute to this singularly important event in African American history through the Obama Page. From this central point visitors can find all information on or linked to BlackPast.org related to President Obama. As with all BlackPast.org features, this page will evolve as more resources are added.


The Official Website of the Obama Administration

Barack Obama: The Encyclopedia Profile

Michelle Obama: The Encyclopedia Profile

The Obama Presidential Campaign, 2008

The Significance of the Obama Victory, 2008 

The Speeches of Barack Obama:

Video Links to the Speeches of Barack Obama:

Profiles of Early Supporters: 

Major Advisors:

African American Cabinet Members:

Other Prominent African American Officials in the Obama Administration:

Predecessors: Previous African American Candidates for the Presidency:

Controversy:

Election Map

Books on Obama:

The Obama Photo Gallery:

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