One of our wire services provides articles from The Root, a daily online magazine featuring commentary from a variety of black perspectives. This article, on why Michelle Obama’s Vogue cover matters, came in too late to get in over the weekend but might get into the print edition next week. It’s by The Root political correspondent Keli Goff.
Why Michelle Obama’s Vogue cover matters
By Keli Goff
(c) 2013, The Root
Every presidential administration has one or two moments it is best remembered for – some good, some bad. President Nixon will always be better remembered for Watergate and his final farewell wave following his resignation than for any of his policies. President Obama will always be remembered for the night he made history by becoming our country’s first black president. But he will also be remembered for his wife. Read more »