Last week, President Obama, in a surprise press conference, described his personal experience with prejudice, growing up in the United States. As a young African-American male he described walking into an elevator, and watching a white woman clutch her bag and hold her breath. He talked about walking down the street and hearing car doors lock. He talked about going to the mall, and being followed by security—just because of the color of his skin. And today, as a middle-aged man, he is the President of the United States of America.
He realized that when he was a young man, he could... Read More