Wednesday, June 1, 2016

A Class Act

Pete Souza is a White House photographer who wanted to document the impact of America's first black President on his fellow African-Americans. His photos show the man, not the President in these shots. They are all terribly revealing and moving photos of a man so many of us greatly admire and they are made more powerful every day by the words and actions of Mr. (and I use the term loosely) Trump.


The Obamas attend a celebration to commemorate the 50th
anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery civil rights marches.
In Nelson Mandella's jail cell.

In an elevator on in adjuration night.
Dancing with a 106-year-old woman.



Jacob ­Philadelphia asked Obama if his hair was like his,
so the most powerful man in the world bowed to a child

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