Monday, February 17, 2020

Overheard at the Counter: For Presidents' Day

Well on Presidents Day during Black History Month, it's only proper to represent the nation's first truly African-American President of the United States.  Born to a Kenyan father and a white woman from Kansas, Barack Obama can truly be called "African-American" rather than simply "Black"

Thus, he is also the first POTUS of acknowledged mixed-race and the first POTUS from Hawaii, also the first POTUS born in the 1960s.

His accomplishments as POTUS are still fresh in memory and will be dissected in future reviews in history books.

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