First lady Michelle Obama embraces her family's African roots in a speech to a group of young Africans and calls for changes in traditional beliefs around the education of women.
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At the U.S. Africa Leaders Summit, the pair talk about the significance of female leadership.
The president didn’t offer up the most enthusiastic endorsement, but we’re sure Fiola Mare is ecstatic.
Obama used Wednesday’s spousal summit at the US-Africa Leaders Summit to share her personal story about how education affected her life.
Meanwhile, the first lady is trying to cut back on french fries.
She delivered the thought during remarks at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness.
The Obama family, who are vacationing in Martha’s Vineyard, took their bikes for a spin around the island Friday.