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OBAMA OOO!- HAPPY BIRTHDAY! #1

August 24, 2018

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OBAMA OOO!- HAPPY BIRTHDAY! #1

August 23, 2018

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OBAMA!-THE FIRST BLACK PRIME MINISTER OF BELIZE,CENTRAL AMERICA, DEAN BARROW WAS INSPIRED BY OBAMA TO WIN!-FROM POLITICAL CARNIVAL BLOGSPOT.COM AND PICTURES BY LIVEJOURNAL.COM

May 2, 2009

FIRST BLACK BELIZE PRIME MINISTER DEAN BARROW SMILES AS PRESIDENT OBAMA GIVES HIS WIFE THE FIRST BLACK FIRST LADY OF BELIZE,SIMPLIS BARROW A KISS!

FIRST BLACK BELIZE PRIME MINISTER DEAN BARROW SMILES AS PRESIDENT OBAMA GIVES HIS WIFE THE FIRST BLACK FIRST LADY OF BELIZE,SIMPLIS BARROW A KISS!

THE FIRST BLACK FIRST LADY OF BELIZE IS BLOWN AWAY BY OBAMA'S KISS!

THE FIRST BLACK FIRST LADY OF BELIZE IS BLOWN AWAY BY OBAMA'S KISS!

FROM thepoliticalcarnival.blogspot.com

Friday, January 2, 2009
Obama’s election inspires blacks in Latin America

A refreshingly hopeful moment in a day that is just ticking me off right and left.

BELMOPAN, Belize — Dean Barrow doesn’t look like the faces on his country’s dollar bills. Nor does he resemble its previous leaders — he is this Central American nation’s first black prime minister.

By winning the post in February, Barrow broke through a glass ceiling that has existed in the Americas since the slave trade first brought people from Africa five centuries ago.

The sad reality in countries with large black populations, such as Brazil, and those with tiny communities, such as Mexico, is that Afro-Latinos have typically been relegated to the sidelines of politics and high finance.

But when it comes to race relations, the United States is once again casting its shadow on the Americas — this time in a positive way, with the election of Barack Obama as president, according to politicians and experts in the region.

‘It has to mean there will be a great opening up of minds and opening up of opportunities. It will make any sense of `the other’ much less pronounced,” Barrow said in an interview in Belize’s lush capital. “How can there appear to be anything strange about somebody of color making great strides politically in Latin America when a person of color is the president of the most powerful country on Earth?”


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