Barack Obama inspires Kenyan half-brother Malik Obama to run for office in Africa公開日: 2013/01/23As US President Barack Obama begins his second term in the White House, half way across the world his half-brother Malik has been inspired by his relative to launch a political career of his own, with his eye on elections in Kenya in March. Malik, 54, is running for governorship of the rural Siaya county as an independent candidate...Read Full Story
Date: Thursday May 9, 2013
Venue: Goethe Institut Auditorium
Time: 6 pm
Dr. Auma Obama, US President Obama's half-sister, will participate in a discussion of her new memoir, "And Then Life Happens". This will be followed by the screening of a documentary film about her life "The Education of Auma Obama" (directed by Branwen Okpako, 2011).
Dr. Obama studied German at the University of Heidelberg, Film Production at the German Film and TV Academy in Berlin, and later...Read Full Story
He was young, successful… and selfish. Barack Obama’s autobiography reveals how it took the sister he had never met to give his life meaning
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He has made history as the first black man to get within reach of becoming the U.S. President. Here, in our second extract from his extraordinary autobiography, Barack Obama reveals with moving frankness the moment he met his half-sister and how...Read Full Story
Interview with Dr. Auma Obama @ Think Retail with Google公開日: 2012/06/15More Infos on: http://sautikuufoundation.org/sautiku...カテゴリ 非営利団体と社会活動ライセンス標準の YouTube ライセンス ==================================================================Introduction Sauti Kuu Foundation (English)公開日: 2012/06/27Image Video Sauti Kuu Foundation, long Versionmore information: http://sautikuufoundation.org/sautiku...カテゴリ 非営利団体と社会活動ライセンス標準の YouTube...Read Full Story
President-elect U.S. Sen. Barack Obama. Photo: Getty.
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Auma Obama (born 1960) is President Barack Obama's half sister. Auma was born in Kenya in the town of Kogelo. She studied German at the University of Heidelberg from 1981 to 1987. After her graduation in Heidelberg she went on for graduate studies at the University of Bayreuth, which awarded her a PhD in 1996.