How We Met
|On November 4, 2008, citizens of the United States of
America elected our 44th president, Barack H.
Obama. It proved to be a historic moment that yielded
jubilant reactions throughout the world.
Key Historic Moments Set The Stage For Obama
President Obama gives orders for Navy Seals to capture and/or kill
Osama Bin Laden
President Obama and First Lady get their groove on at Inaugural Ball
Fannie Lou Hamer was so willing to continue the fight for
freedom and voters' right that even after being shot at and
forced to move off of W. D. Marlowe's plantation, she
declared she would continue to keep moving. She exclaimed,
"If I fall, I'll fall 5 feet 4 inches forward in the fight
for freedom." Hamer suffered severely from the 1964 jail
house beating in Winona, MS but she did so because she
knew there was a brighter day ahead. President Barack
Obama is a true testament to Mrs. Hamer's willingness to
encounter numerous death threats for a better America. Her
testimonial before the Credentials Committee at the
National Democratic Convention in 1964 proved to be an
eye opening opportunity for America to hear how African
Americans were being treated in the South if they dared
tried to register to vote. Hamer, a Field Secretary of SNCC,
never turned around regardless of the dangers she feared
The City of Ruleville, MS has designated Hamer's
Campaign Manager and fellow SNCCer, Charles McLaurin,
as Project Director for a Fannie Lou Hamer Statue to be
located at The Fannie Lou Hamer Memorial Garden in
|President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama shortly after he
is sworn in as the 44th President of The United States of America.
|First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack
Obama at Inaugural ball on January 20, 2009
|Will I Am and other artists collaborated to
release a new song entitled "America" in
celebration of President Obama's election as
President of The United States of America.
Click on Button to hear song.
|PRESIDENT of the UNITED
STATES of AMERICA
BARACK H. OBAMA
Exclusive Hamer/Obama T-shirts, mugs and other sportswear
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Feb. 2, 2008
|Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama
represent everything Fannie Lou Hamer sacrificed and fought
for; equality at its highest level.
|Charles McLaurin and
youths from Sunflower
County, MS reflect on
historic swearing in
ceremony as the 44th
President of The United
States of America
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