My Secret Barack: Crowning the King
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My Secret Barack: Crowning the King

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In 2009, the Martin Luther King Day of Service was followed by the first Presidential Inauguration of an African American. This historic moment set the stage for Barack Obama's Delegate, Krista Nelson, to fulfill an act of devotion in the January bitter cold - a final gesture in a movement that started in neighborhood kitchens and coffee shops years before. A nail-biting s...more
Paperback, 103 pages
Published February 22nd 2012 by CreateSpace
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Linda
No one who truly believes in the deep truth of the foundational principles of the US -- the assertion that we, the people, hold the power; the notion that all people are created equal; and the conviction that our rights are determined by no other privilege than citizenship -- could fail to be moved by the campaign and election of President Barack Obama in 2008. No matter how egregiously these principles have been violated in practice over the nation’s history, Obama’s election demonstrated, if o...more
Quinn Wright
There were parts of this memoir that I really really enjoyed. Two things that turned me off were the religious tones and monarchical tones taken in reference to Barack Obama. I see our political system gridlocked because of fanaticism and extremism on both sides of the party system. Barack Obama is exceptional no doubt, but the view of him taken here was non human. The author has some great moments when she gets away from the message of Obama, and gets more into her own story. I enjoyed the writ...more
Joni
Won on goodreads giveaway. Well written, it kept my attention.

You have to be an Obama supporter to really enjoy the topic of this book, if you are, then you'll love it. If not, it's an interesting read on the things we don’t see behind elections and the lengths people do to help get a person elected. Loyally, hard work, and the pursuit of what a person feels is just….no matter if your for or against the person running for election, the lengths people go through to help a Candidate win the elect...more
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