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Michelle  Obama (born January 17, 1964) is an American lawyer and writer. She is married to the 44th and current President of the United States, Barack Obama, and is the first African-American First Lady of the United States. Raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, Obama is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, and spent the early part of her legal career working at the law firm Sidley Austin, where she met her husband. Subsequently, she worked as the Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago and the Vice President for Community and External Affairs of the University of Chicago Medical Center. Married in 1992, the couple have two daughters together.

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Throughout 2007 and 2008, Obama campaigned for her husband’s presidential bid, delivering a keynote address at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, and speaking at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. As First Lady, she has become a fashion icon, a role model for women, and an advocate for poverty awareness, nutrition, physical activity, and healthy eating.[2][3]

 

She was inspired to follow her brother to Princeton University,[6] where he graduated in 1983,[32] after which he went on to become a basketball coach at Oregon State University and Brown University.[33] She recalls that some of her teachers in high school tried to dissuade her from applying, that she had been told she was “setting my sights too high”.[34][35] She believed that her brother’s alumni status may have helped her during the admission process,[36] but she was resolved to demonstrate her own worthiness.[32] She acknowledges that she was overwhelmed when first arriving in first year, attributing this to the fact that neither of her parents had graduated from college,[37] and that she had never spent time on a college campus.[38] The mother of a white roommate reportedly unsuccessfully tried to get her daughter moved because of Michelle’s race. She recalls her time at Princeton being the first time she was made more aware of her ethnicity and that despite the willingness of her classmates and teachers to want to understand her, she still felt “like a visitor on campus.”[39][40] “I remember being shocked,” she says, “by college students who drove BMWs. I didn’t even know parents who drove BMWs.”[28]

While at Princeton, she got involved with the Third World Center (now known as the Carl A. Fields Center), an academic and cultural group that supported minority students, running their day care center, which also included after school tutoring.[41] She challenged the teaching methodology for French because she felt that it should be more conversational.[42] As part of her requirements for graduation, she wrote a thesis titled Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community.[43][44] She researched her thesis by sending a questionnaire to African American graduates, requesting they specify when and how comfortable they were with their race prior to their enrollment at Princeton and how they felt about it when they were a student and since then. Of the 400 she sent her survey to, only a small number, fewer than 90, responded and her findings did not support her hope that the black alumni would still identity with the African American community, even though they had attended an elite university with all of the advantages that accrues to its graduates.[45] She majored in sociology and minored in African American studies, graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in 1985.[5][46]

Robinson went on to earn her Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from Harvard Law School in 1988.[47] By the time she applied for Harvard Law, biographer Bond wrote, her confidence had grown; “This time around, there was no doubt in her mind that she had earned her place”.[45] Her faculty mentor at Harvard Law was Charles Ogletree, who has said that she had answered the question that had plagued her throughout Princeton by the time she arrived at Harvard Law, of whether she would remain the product of her parents or keep the identity she had acquired at Princeton, believing that she concluded she could be “both brilliant and black.”[48] At Harvard she participated in demonstrations advocating the hiring of professors who were members of minorities[49] and worked for the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, assisting low-income tenants with housing cases.[50] She is the third First Lady with a postgraduate degree, after her two immediate predecessors, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Laura Bush.[51] She would later say her education gave her opportunities beyond what she had ever imagined.[52] In July 2008, she accepted the invitation to become an honorary member of the 100-year-old black sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, which had no active undergraduate chapter at Princeton when she attended.[53]

 

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