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    African Americans Reflect on Obama Second Inaugurationi
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    January 16, 2013 1:09 AM
    Americans from across the nation will converge on Washington, DC, next Monday (January 21) for the second inauguration of President Barack Obama. The moment will be especially meaningful for millions of African Americans who will again witness history as the first African American President is sworn in for a second four-year term. VOA’s Chris Simkins reports on the mood of a group of African American women who helped deliver President Obama's reelection victory.

    African Americans Reflect on Obama Second Inauguration

    Published January 15, 2013

    Americans from across the nation will converge on Washington, DC, next Monday (January 21) for the second inauguration of President Barack Obama. The moment will be especially meaningful for millions of African Americans who will again witness history as the first African American President is sworn in for a second four-year term. VOA’s Chris Simkins reports on the mood of a group of African American women who helped deliver President Obama's reelection victory.


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