Barack Obama Quote

And in my own life, in this country, and as President, I have learned that our identities do not have to be defined by putting someone else down, but can be enhanced by lifting somebody else up. They don't have to be defined in opposition to others, but rather by a belief in liberty and equality and justice and fairness. [...] But my faith in those principles does force me to expand my moral imagination and to recognize that I can best serve my own people, I can best look after my own daughters, by making sure that my actions seek what is right for all people and all children, and your daughters and your sons.


2016 - United Nations Address (September 2016)

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And in my own life, in this country, and as President, I have learned that our identities do not have to be defined by putting someone else down, but ...

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And in my own life, in this country, and as President, I have learned that our identities do not have to be defined by putting someone else down, but ...

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And in my own life, in this country, and as President, I have learned that our identities do not have to be defined by putting someone else down, but ...

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And in my own life, in this country, and as President, I have learned that our identities do not have to be defined by putting someone else down, but ...