by Susan Jones, CNS News:
“I had my share of bumps along the way,” First Lady Michelle Obama told a predominantly African-American audience at Tuskegee University on Saturday.
Her commencement address was all about racism, although she never used that word.
Mrs. Obama told graduates and their families about the “daily slights” that she and her husband have experienced. She urged graduates to overcome that “heavy burden” by channeling their frustration into “studying and organizing and banding together” — and voting “in every election at every level, all of the time.”
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