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The mother of a white roommate reportedly unsuccessfully tried to get her daughter moved because of Michelle's race.

Barack Obama wrote in his second book, The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream, that "Tired and stressed, we had little time for conversation, much less romance." As a member of the school's board, Michelle fought to maintain diversity in the school when other board members connected with the University of Chicago tried to reserve more slots for children of the university faculty. Michelle Obama was raised United Methodist and joined the Trinity United Church of Christ, a mostly black congregation of the Reformed denomination known as the United Church of Christ, where she and Barack Obama married, performed by Jeremiah Wright. At the firm, she worked on marketing and intellectual property.

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Based on DNA and other evidence, in 2012 researchers said his father was likely 20-year-old Charles Marion Shields, son of her master.

All four of her grandparents had multiracial ancestors, reflecting the complex history of the U.

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