Presidents’ Day is meant to honor and remember all who have served as the leader of the free world. That sounds all good and dandy but there’s truly only one that matters to us: Barack Obama.
Although he was the first African American president in the U.S., there was a long journey that led to the White House. From attending Harvard Law School to the 2004 Democratic National Convention, one step led to another.
Post-presidency, Barack is still out here doing his thing like writing best-selling books, doing podcasts and commenting on the state of the world. Still, we want to know how it all began. Let’s go deep into his journey.
Here is the evolution of the first Black president.