The Obama Phenomenon: Change We Can! : Essays and Poetry by Black Critics and Creative Artists

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Femi Ojo-Ade
Africa World Press, 2011 - Presidents - 348 pages
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Edited by internationally recognised scholar Femi Ojo-Ade, this volume brings together a mixture of young intellectuals and seasoned scholars from Africa and its diaspora to address various implications of the Obama phenomenon, all from an Afro-oriented perspective. Far from being a neologism coined from what some would dismiss as Obama's political jingoism, The Obama Phenomenon: Change We Can is an affirmation of potential power, a call-out to people of all races and cultures to work together for the just cause of human progress.

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Contents

The African American Who Laughs
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Barack Obamas
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Dream and Reality
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Copyright

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