Michelle Obama:
A passionate, personal case for education

Elizabeth G. Anderson School · 12:29 · Filmed Apr 2009
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Speaking to an audience of students, US First Lady Michelle Obama reminds each one to take their education seriously — and never take it for granted. This new, brilliant generation, she tells us, is the one that could close the gap between the world as it is and the world as it should be.

First Lady of the United States
First Lady Michelle Obama, a lawyer and administrator, is an advocate for working parents and education for girls all around the world. Full bio

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