The Obama Effect
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This paper examines the impact that Obama has had on local minorities since his election as president. In particular, the paper considers the role of minorities in the city of Pittsburgh. While Obama has made a major historical leap by becoming the 44th President of the United States at the national level, the historical evolution of his example makes a massive impact on minorities at the local level.
From the Paper:"President Barrack Obama said when he was asked, months before his nomination, how his presidency would affect various constituencies, especially how his election affects minorities. Obama's response was a description of him standing at the podium, with his aides and family nearby, speaking to the American public about the slow historical process of building a racially unified nation. He addressed the nation after his election on the historical vindication of his election's affect on minorities in his "Victory Speech": "I will ask you join in the work of remaking this nation the only way its been done in America for..."
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