Michelle Obama had a few words for those in the Trump administration who are trying to undo her work when it comes to making sure children are provided with healthy school lunches.
First they tried to delegitimize him by saying he wasn’t born in America. Then they concocted some nonsense about Barack Obama being educated in a Muslim madrassa. When that didn’t work, they tried to say he went to a church that was too black because his pastor preached “liberation theology.”
A deplorable has written an “unauthorized biography” that sounds like fiction and claims that former President Barack Obama regularly snorted cocaine and was a man about town.
It was the mother of all side eyes, and it happened at the most opportune time. During President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Michelle Obama’s facial expressions immediately became the stuff memes are made of, but unfortunately, shade was not involved.
Unlike Melania Trump, Michelle Obama really did stuff as the first lady. She pushed an initiative promoting fitness and healthy eating for kids called “Let’s Move!” She also started the Reach Higher Initiative, which encouraged students to continue their education beyond high school.
Around this time five years ago, the natural-hair-blog streets went into a full tailspin when a photo of Lady Obama wearing a kinky, curly, asymmetrical style circulated the internets.
Michelle Obama is still spreading her message of keeping kids healthy through food and exercise, even after leaving the White House. (Please come back, Michelle!) Anyway, although Aunt Shellie has been keeping a low profile since January, she was in the spotlight Thursday night with an appearance on MasterChef Junior…
A key lobbying group is proposing changes that would reduce federal nutritional standards that former first lady Michelle Obama implemented with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
Can someone explain to y’all’s punk-ass president that former President Barack Obama has been far more focused on tanning and swag surfing than riling up protesters who don’t need help hating his hateful, raggedy self?
Barack and Michelle Obama are still in the hearts and minds of many Americans. We miss their presence and their spirit. We cry over their absence in the White House, especially given what we’ve been left with. We long for any tidbit of news we can get about them.
After a much-needed respite from the public eye, former first lady Michelle Obama will soon be back in our lives.
Editor’s note: During Black History Month, the focus is usually on historical figures who loomed larger than life, paving the way for the progress we experience today. But black history isn’t just about telling stories of our past. History is being made every day and has been made throughout our lives; it’s not just…
Just because I am single on Valentine’s Day (and single in general) doesn’t mean I cannot appreciate the spectacle of true love when it presents itself in front of me in the form of Michelle LaVaughn Robinson and Barack Hussein Obama, the most famous winners of the cutest-couple contest that you have ever seen in your…
Former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama are gearing up for public appearances and book deals by signing up with the Harry Walker Agency, which will coordinate the speaking engagements while two attorneys will represent them for contract negotiations regarding potential book deals, a spokesman said…
I feel you, Chelle.
Well, it happened. As the end of good things began, President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle—a First Lady we never deserved but who served us and loved us nonetheless—welcomed an unqualified white man and his Jackie O impersonator wife to succeed them.
First lady Michelle Obama strutted her stuff one last time through the White House with her dogs Sunny and Bo.
I forgot exactly where we were in Pittsburgh.
The Obama farewell wasn’t a funeral. Far from it. In fact, it was a revival.
Black style is so prominent that the first word of the couplet is practically unnecessary; very little that’s stylish doesn’t have some black antecedent. On the other hand, black fashion designers? They are some of the other hidden figures on the cultural landscape.