Barack Obama

Barack Obama

BornAugust 4, 1961
BirthplaceHonolulu, Hawaii
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Barack Obama is an American politician who was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 4, 1961. 60 Minutes and Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown account for some of Barack Obama's recent TV appearances. African American Museum (2017) and The 44th President: In His Own Words (2017) are some movies in Barack Obama's recent filmography. Barack Obama's Instagram account (@barackobama) is really popular with around 21 million followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 1.4 million likes each.

Barack Obama TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
60 Minutes
60 Minutes
  • Appearing
  • 2017
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2008
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
  • Actor
  • Appearing
  • 2016
Charlie Rose: The Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
  • Guest
  • 2016
Face the Nation
Face the Nation
  • Guest
  • 2016
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee
  • Guest
  • 2016
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There are about 21 TV shows that have featured Barack Obama as of 2018. Some of the most recent Barack Obama TV appearances include 60 Minutes, Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown, and Face the Nation. Barack Obama appeared on 60 Minutes in 2017. In 2016, he performed on and appeared on Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and he was a guest on Face the Nation again in 2016.

Barack Obama Movies

TitleCreditYear
African American Museum
African American Museum
  • Actor
2017
The 44th President: In His Own Words
The 44th President: In His Own Words
  • Actor
2017
Before the Flood
Before the Flood
  • Actor
2016
How to Win the US Presidency
How to Win the US Presidency
  • Actor
2016
Ron and Laura Take Back America
Ron and Laura Take Back America
  • Himself
2016
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There are about 35 movies featuring Barack Obama as of 2018. Some of the most recent Barack Obama movies include African American Museum, The 44th President: In His Own Words, and Before the Flood. African American Museum was released in 2017. The 44th President: In His Own Words was also released in 2017. Before the Flood was released in 2016.

Barack Obama Instagram

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Barack Obama
Dad, husband, President, citizen.
https://www.obama.org/
It’s up to all of us as citizens to make sure that the rules of democracy are fair—everywhere—because the next decade of our nation's progress is on the line. Join me and @allontheline in the fight against gerrymandering. Join the team today: allontheline.orgBarack Obama Instagram: It’s up to all of us as citizens to make sure that the rules of democracy are fair—everywhere—because the next decade of our nation's progress is on the line. Join me and @allontheline in the fight against gerrymandering. Join the team today: allontheline.org
“As a phrase, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ continues to keep me focused—especially when I lose hope or get weary. When I repeat it to myself, I’m reminded of all the young people whose lives I might have impacted and those who I have yet to impact. It reinvigorates me, causes me to get up, and reminds me that the work isn’t over yet. I am My Brother’s Keeper. “My hope for all boys and young men of color is peace. I hope for a brighter future where these young men won’t be fearful of applying for a job or chasing an opportunity because of their skin color. Too often I hear my peers talk about how they have to go about things a certain way or there are certain jobs they simply cannot do. “I just want to grow. I want to expand. #MBKRising gives us a chance to come together as a community and have the conversations that can only come from a diversity of perspectives. I am only one person with one set of experiences. There’s a limit to what I know. The only way I’ll be able to grow and learn is to interact with the community of leaders who are working hard to help boys and young men of color like me achieve their dreams. That’s when we all learn.” —Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (3/3)Barack Obama Instagram: “As a phrase, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ continues to keep me focused—especially when I lose hope or get weary. When I repeat it to myself, I’m reminded of all the young people whose lives I might have impacted and those who I have yet to impact. It reinvigorates me, causes me to get up, and reminds me that the work isn’t over yet. I am My Brother’s Keeper. “My hope for all boys and young men of color is peace. I hope for a brighter future where these young men won’t be fearful of applying for a job or chasing an opportunity because of their skin color. Too often I hear my peers talk about how they have to go about things a certain way or there are certain jobs they simply cannot do. “I just want to grow. I want to expand. #MBKRising gives us a chance to come together as a community and have the conversations that can only come from a diversity of perspectives. I am only one person with one set of experiences. There’s a limit to what I know. The only way I’ll be able to grow and learn is to interact with the community of leaders who are working hard to help boys and young men of color like me achieve their dreams. That’s when we all learn.” —Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (3/3)
“My friends and I started a program to mentor students at the elementary school next door. We helped each other keep the good work going. When I got to Howard I hit the ground running—joining student organizations, getting an internship at the White House during the Obama administration, and becoming a mentee as part of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, where I had the chance to meet President Obama, ask him for advice, and share what was going on in my life. “Since beginning my mentorship program five years ago, I’ve found a passion for combating disparities and inequalities I see. My mission is to change the world one community at a time. I recently founded my own nonprofit to help out other college students, providing scholarships and highlighting the achievement and impact of minority students across the U.S. ” —Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (2/3)Barack Obama Instagram: “My friends and I started a program to mentor students at the elementary school next door. We helped each other keep the good work going. When I got to Howard I hit the ground running—joining student organizations, getting an internship at the White House during the Obama administration, and becoming a mentee as part of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, where I had the chance to meet President Obama, ask him for advice, and share what was going on in my life. “Since beginning my mentorship program five years ago, I’ve found a passion for combating disparities and inequalities I see. My mission is to change the world one community at a time. I recently founded my own nonprofit to help out other college students, providing scholarships and highlighting the achievement and impact of minority students across the U.S. ” —Jerron Hawkins, 21, participant at #MBKRising, Washington D.C. (2/3)
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