Michelle Obama on Being the First Black Family in the White House | Oprah’s Book Club | OWN

by adminpublished on July 12, 2023

During an in-depth conversation with Oprah about her new memoir, Becoming, Michelle Obama opens up about the pressure of being the “first black family” to live in the White House. “We felt the pressure from the minute we started to run,” Mrs. Obama says. For more on #Oprah’sBookClub, visit Oprah.com.

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