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Danette Jackson, Atlanta: “When he spoke about the Black men staying in the family or staying in the home and raising his son. Just his presence is an important thing. Also something that stuck out to me was when he said when we can get passed the race and the color of people and just be a partner to your fellow man and just come together as one, if we could just get passed that, then this country could move forward.” Photo by Vincent Christie.

Danette Jackson, Atlanta: “When he spoke about the Black men staying in the family or staying in the home and raising his son. Just his presence is an important thing. Also something that stuck out to me was when he said when we can get passed the race and the color of people and just be a partner to your fellow man and just come together as one, if we could just get passed that, then this country could move forward.” Photo by Vincent Christie.

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Your Voice: "What stood out to you in Obama’s address at the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington?"

“When he spoke about the Black men staying in the family or staying in the home and raising his son."