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Michelle Obama's Voice In The 21st Century
Transcript of Michelle Obama's Voice In The 21st Century
*In 2002 Michelle was named vice president for a community and external relations for the University of Chicago Hospitals. *Michelle gives birth to a beautiful baby girl, Sasha in 2001. Events and Life Of The Lady In Charge *In 2004 Michelle's support and encouragement paid off. Her husband, Obama, was elected as U.S. Senator of Illinois. Michelle's Legacy For Future Generations As the lady of the house, Michelle Obama looks forward to continuing her work on issues that are really close to her heart. Supporting military families, helping working woman, balance career and family, encouraging national service, promoting the arts and education, and fostering healthy eating and healthy living for children and families across the country. Goal - Providing healthier food in schools, help our kids to be more physically active, and make healthy affordable food available in every part of our country. Primary Sources *In 2008 Obama was elected President of the United States of America, most people think that he did it all on his own but one of his greatest supporters was Michelle. She helped him achieve his life long goal. "I am desperate for change -- now -- not in 8 years or 12 years, but right now. We don’t have time to wait. We need big change -- not just the shifting of power among insiders. We need to change the game, because the game is broken. When I think about the country I want to give my children, it’s not the world we have now." (December 27,2007)
Michelle Obama wants change. She is saying that this is not the world she wants to give to her children. Michelle explains and emphasizes on how this isn't the nation that she or anyone should want to give their children. What Michelle says... "For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country. And not just because Barack has done well, but because I think people are hungry for change. And I have been desperate to see our country moving in that direction." February 18, 2008. Milwaukee WI
"One of the lessons that I grew up with was to always stay true to yourself and never let what somebody else says distract you from your goals. And so when I hear about negative and false attacks, I really don't invest any energy in them, because I know who I am." This tells you about Michelle and the lesson that she grew up with. This quote was found on a biography website on Michelle Obama.
In this speech Michelle discloses a lot of personal information and relates it to the plans that she has and wants to put into effect. She shows that she is relatable and understands what the typical American individual goes through. * To organize and attend official ceremonies and functions along with her husband. She attends official meetings with her husband and has always been a great support toward what he does and the decisions he makes.
* She as first lady is doing a great job to do the best she can.
* On April 10, 2009 Michelle decided to
advocate eating healthy fruits and vegetables by planting a garden and expressing her genuine care towards childhood obesity. Michelle's roles are... Michelle believes that our economy will continue to get better. She believes that with more and more small changes, the US nation will become equal with opportunities and other financial things. The Thoughts Of The Woman Who Inspires Ending Thoughts On Michelle As a group we have concluded that Michelle Obama is a woman of great power and uses it to her advantage. She has done many things for our country that go unnoticed by a lot of people but after doing this project and presenting it to you all we hope you remember this face as a symbol of hope, strength, and change.