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A snapshot of President elect Barack Obama’s parents Barack Obama Sr. and Ann Dunham.His parents met in 1960 while attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where his father was a foreign student and married on February 2, 1961. They separated when Obama was two years old.
President Elect Barack Obama with his maternal grandparents Stanley and Madelyn Dunham.Madelyn Dunham died of canceR  on November 3, 2008.His grandson,however,made an unprecedented win in the .

Obama has seven half-siblings from his Kenyan father’s family, six of them living, and a half-sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, the daughter of his mother and her Indonesian second husband.wikipedia

This picture shows presidential elect, Obama, 9, right, with his mother Ann Dunham, center, his Indonesian step-father Lolo Soetoro, and his less than one-year-old half-sister Maya Soetoro in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Barack and wife Michelle with their daughters in 2004.
Barack and Michelle with a two-year-old Malia.

See more pictures below of Barack Obama as a child,his father,and his mother.


Photo Sources:1,2,Reuters

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  • Paytay June 11, 2011 at 1:11 am

    President Obama. I have a great respect for you and your family. The only thing I don’t understand is why you say that you are black. I am a special education teacher and I see both mixed children and not. You have the perfect position to show that color does not matter, but for some reason because you say you are the “First Black” President at my school we have become divided. First of all I must say that black and white parents make the prettiest children. But for some reason all childre unless they are fully black are considered inferior. DOn’t you know that you have the best opportunity to show people that life is not of color but of upbringing. If you stand for what you were raised to believe then why do you not say you are mixed. What a wonderful why to say the color does not matter. But for some reason because you don’t except you are not white (and that’s from my black friends) they put us down now. Reverse descrimination, but sadly we or I don’t go there. Please see that you have the perfect opportunity to blend as one.

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  • Jaquinn May 27, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    Hello world,
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    I’m Black so i just want to say how much i love Obama! He totlly reprcents our black race perfectly! I loves him! My hole family dos to. Thats why we voted for hem. And plus hes 1 halfs wite so wites will vote four him to. Its great that a blacks man can be presideent i love him. He is truly the greatest man alive.
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  • Titus April 22, 2009 at 1:46 pm

    I’m so happy to have a President like Obama

  • Muhanguzi Davis February 25, 2009 at 4:38 am

    Hi Am A ugandan student at valley college and i am suprised to find he’s ablack african coz em one too may God bless Him.

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  • John W, Ham January 21, 2009 at 8:38 pm

    How can you not be thrilled by the Inauguration of Barrack Obama being sworn in as the next president of the United States? We all are fortunate to be present to experience the first person of color in this position. This is a time that all will remember exactly what they were doing 10, 20, years from now. I am hopeful that we all will support him and his cabinet with their efforts to make this country better for all human beings. God Bless us all.

  • Charlene January 20, 2009 at 10:03 am

    I just read some of Obamas biography I see that this man is a truely an American, I mean The next generation of our Founding Fathers.Hes not black ,Hes not white HES AN AMERICAN. I proud to be a part of the next generation . I always wanted to be the first woman president(lol),The american people have opened the door. anything is possible.GOD BLESS AMERICA!

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  • tessjs November 12, 2008 at 10:59 pm

    Well some people you simply just can’t change. But that is how life is. I looking foward on how Barack will do.

  • headslammer November 12, 2008 at 10:18 pm

    It’s unfortunate that people gotta hate just for the sake of hating. Those are the peole who need to give Barack a chance. I wanna hear from them a few years from now when he has done something positive for them!!

  • Marie November 12, 2008 at 6:33 pm

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  • Maryamb November 12, 2008 at 4:02 pm

    Sissy sweet pea I don’t know where you have been or where you have gotten your education, but you need to try again. If you have a parent/s that is a US citizen it doesn’t matter where you are born you are still considered a Citizen of the US.

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    If he wasn’t a legal US citizen not only would he not have been able to run for president, I am sure they would have had proof against him running in the first place.

    • Nanna November 18, 2009 at 12:56 pm

      Maryamb, you seem informed about the law concerning citizenship in this area. My question is concerning qualifications for President. I heard the President must be physically born on U.S. soil.(Native born). I am told this is not the case for our President. I respect that he is our President, as all citizens should do. However, if he does not meet the minimum requirements, I want to know why he was allowed to run in the first place and who dropped that ball. I wasnt at his birth. I dont know who to believe at this point. I’m just asking a few questions.

  • mssinglemama November 12, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    I have a mad crush on Barack. I must admit.

    Just keeps getting worse.

    He is SO beautiful – inside and out.

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  • markdarko November 12, 2008 at 4:07 am

    Barak Obama, is not only going to be the next President of the United States, he is God’s “Statement” to the world. Through him, God is making a “statement” similar to the one he made to Israel in the days of the judges (Judges Chapters 4 & 5), when he raised Deborah to be judge, prophetess and warrior in patriarchal Israel. Though the Commander-in-Chief of the Israeli armies; Barak, was a valiant General, it was Deborah who led the way to the war; and another woman Jael, who killed Sisera the enemy. God’s statement then to Israel was that both men and women were all his creations, and that he could do with women what I would do with men. The Statement God is now making to the world through Obama is the same that he made to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon (Daniel 4: 17) and it is this:

    The Most High God rules in the Kingdom of men and gives it to whomever he will, and appoints over it the lowest of men”

    Obama is God’s statement to the whole world that he created all people of all colors and loves them all, and that the only way they can survive in these difficult times as a species, is to mutually respect each other and to share all things in common. If the people of the earth refuse to learn this lesson by the Obama’s mandate is over, they will learn it the hard way

  • ndutyke November 12, 2008 at 3:48 am

    on November 4, there was an Election for my province’s governor. But I was far more excited to follow the news about the result of US Election.

    I think Barack Obama has became the new celebrity in my country (Indonesia), because of the fact that he lived at Jakarta for several years (although that was like, what? 30 years ago?!).

    But hey, at least he get a good publicity. Here, he became the most popular US President (in a good way. unlike Bush….).

    moreover, I cried when I listen to his speech. I hope he can stop the war in the Middle East.

  • headslammer November 12, 2008 at 12:56 am

    What’s all that garbage Sissy just said?? Huh??

  • Parsin November 11, 2008 at 3:41 pm

    “I have a dream . . . ”
    The Dream came true . . .
    Obama is in the heart of millions of Iranians!
    I couldn’t stop crying when heard the news.

    I wish the best for him and for all colored people around the world for all injustice and discriminations they have had in centuries.

  • headslammer November 11, 2008 at 3:39 pm

    It’s too bad his grandma passed away just before he was elected President. That has to hurt him inside, and I feel bad for him too. He does have alot of weight on his shoulders, and if he can get a good staff built around him, I believe he can fix many of the problems we have as a country. But I am not expecting a miracle because I know he can’t these problems immediately. It may take a year or so.

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