The Obama Legacy: 2023 Black History Commemorative Wall Calendar
African American Expressions
- 2023 Wall Calendar.
- Features a mini view of the last four months of 2022 and full page views for each month of 2023.
- Measures 12x12 inches (closed) and 24x12 inches (open).
- Featuring public holidays and a section for notes.
- Pays tribute to the Legacy of Barack and Michelle Obama.
"We did not come to fear the future. We can here to shape it."
On November 4, 2008, Barack Obama was elected as the 44th President of the United States. His election as the first African American president in US history was a momentous event, signifying a critical turning point in America's history. For Americans from every walk of life, this moment meant progress towards values such as justice and equality - principles upon which America was created.
His story is one shared by many Americans. He worked hard and got an education to improve his station in life, and he will be remembered for the way he conducted himself with dignity and grace while serving the people of this country.
He improved economic stability, job security, the housing market, the auto industry, and banking. His soaring oratory and dignified bearing will be fondly remembered for its vision of a more perfect union.
The Obamas are unforgettable not only for how they carried themselves with honor while in office but also because of their all-encompassing love for each other and dedication to helping others. The Obamas embody what it means to be devoted, strong-willed, and courageous.
This 2023 Commemorative Calendar pays tribute to The Obama Legacy. It features images of the Obama family carefully curated, as well as text providing context for each image. This calendar is a reminder of how great they truly are.
Each calendar measures 12x12 inches features a section for notes and contains all major holidays. Hang it in your office, church or home. Wall calendar.
"The future rewards those who press on. I don't have time to feel sorry for myself. I don't have time to complain. I'm going to press on."
African American ExpressionsGreg Perkins was led to start African American Expressions in 1991 from his strong commitment to God and family. Although he only has a high school diploma, Perkins moment of becoming "born again" is seen as his own personal B.A. Now, African American Expressions is the world's largest black-owned gift and greeting-card company.
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