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The woman we celebrate,History Maker,Hillary Rodham Clinton A fter #Day1 of the DNC in PHILLY, I waited for the day of speeches from President Bill Clinton,President  Obama , Vice President Joe Biden , Chelsea Clinton & most importantly the next President of the United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton . If there is anything that has been so refreshing, it is the moments at the Democratic convention. What the convention has significantly painted to me is that Love always Trumps Hate , this a going to be a well-built case in addition to my first endorsement for Mrs. Clinton—insight through insight, pay attention and at the end, we will go to the voting booth in November and launch the woman called for the job to the white house, it’s been 240 solid years before America did that : it’s about time to realize that Yes, [when there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit],read on. Hillary Clinton as she gave her acceptance speech D emocratic Party Presidential nominee, Hi

When they go low, we go high.

T his wallpaper and I almost fought a duel to point of death, to take over on my phone and laptop screen saver space, but I had to give up very easily because these beautiful words come from one of the most inspirational people in my life . President Obama you are a very blessed man, no wonder you immediately proudly tweeted: “ incredible speech by an incredible woman.Couldn't be more proud and our country has been blessed to have her as FLOTUS.I love you, Michelle ”. Michelle Obama stole the show, rather perfectly it turns out—and then there was Sen.Booker,they certainly had to be prime speakers, leave alone for Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders who never minces words when it comes to putting Donald Trump in his place. I have waited for this day, almost very impatiently, until it dawned—it was a very rewarding night for me here in Uganda after the continuous and disastrous bigotry from the Trump camp. I must say with pride that if there is anything


PHOTO SOURCE: THE BOSTON GLOBE I n the   American Journey piece , as for and by myself- in conjunction with Peri Harris and Owen Erima ,we make our points rather vividly that anyone who isn’t averse to truth would find so much to learn. I will make it more articulate; with a supplement from Albert Einstein’s 1946 essay: Negroe Question . He wrote very powerful words in this masterpiece but I will pick a few for purposes of this article: “ the more I feel American, the more the situation pains me; I can escape the feeling of complicity in it only by speaking ou t”. While announcing her running mate, Mrs. Clinton perfectly described who Sen. Tim Kaineis, in her own words: “ Tim is lifelong fighter for progressive causes and one of the most qualified vice presidential candidates in our nation’s history. But his credentials alone aren’t why I asked him to run a alongside me.Tim is a man of relentless optimism who believes that no problem is unsolvable if you’re willing