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Why is Obama black, not white? - The Race Card Project


I have wondered since Mr. Obama broke onto the national scene why both he and the media have always characterized him racially as black and not as biracial ...

Is President Obama considered black -- considering his mother's ...


Obama was raised by a college educated white mother and a white grandmother. His black father was never really around him. His family never really struggled ...

Is Obama Black Enough? - Columbia Journalism Review


Kroft isn't the first journalist to ask, implicitly or not, whether Obama is black enough. A Los Angeles Times editorial on Tuesday asked “is Obama really black ?

Is Barack Obama 'black'? A majority of Americans say no. - The ...


Apr 14, 2014 ... While whites and Hispanics are far more likely to describe Obama as "mixed race ," a strong majority of African Americans see him as black.

Is Barack Obama Black? His Ethnicity, Mother, Father, Parents ...


IS THE 44TH PRESIDENT of the United States black or mixed race? The question as to exactly what term to use to describe Barack Obama's ethnicity is still ...

Who decided to call Obama black? - Washington Times


Jul 8, 2008 ... Sen. Barack Obama is the son of a black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas. So why is he “black”? He is, to be accurate, biracial ...

A Short History of Whether Obama Is Black Enough ... - The Atlantic


Oct 8, 2015 ... Rupert Murdoch has a very thoughtful question: Is Obama black enough? OK, maybe it's not so thoughtful. The media mogul posed the ...

Obama Black America - POLITICO Magazine


O n January 20, 2009, when Barack Obama assumed the presidency, the overwhelming majority of African-Americans cheered and prayed for him.

5 Things President Obama Needs To Say About Black Crime


4 days ago ... Sunday's execution of three police officers in Baton Rouge shows what can happen when the president won't talk honestly about black crime.