Friday, November 7, 2008

Kenya Dig It? Yes We Can!

Despite his Kenyan background, his color, his inexperience, his rumored associations, the American public spoke and clearly said, "We can do it" and we did.

For the first time in American history, we will have a leader of color, not because of his color, but because he was the best person for the job.

Oh yeah, Barack Obama'a election touches all of us in unique and powerful ways. Read my next entry to get my full take and I'd love to hear yours. Enter a comment below.

And/Or come to Women's Work (storefront or website) throughout the month of November 08 to celebrate not only the results, but the working woman who raised him.

*For all of the single moms, seemingly single moms, wives, sisters, daughters, friends you know who work so hard to bring opportunity to their children, Women's Work recognizes YOU!

Barack Obama's Kenyan Father took off when he was just a boy -
So, we'll take 50% off everything from Kenya
and 25% off everything from Africa
for the remainder of November '08. *
Would Barack be the man he is today had his father stayed, who knows? What we do know is that with his mother's social consciousness, he is the promise for great change, for hope, for inspiration for us here in the States and many around the world.

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