Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick adjusts the sash of President Barack Obama, as he is awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Howard University in Washington on May 7. Obama says the country is “a better place today” than when he graduated from college more than 30 years ago, citing his historic election as “one indicator of how attitudes have changed.”
Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick adjusts the sash of President Barack Obama, as he is awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Howard University in Washington on May 7. Obama says the country is “a better place today” than when he graduated from college more than 30 years ago, citing his historic election as “one indicator of how attitudes have changed.” Susan Walsh AP
Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick adjusts the sash of President Barack Obama, as he is awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Howard University in Washington on May 7. Obama says the country is “a better place today” than when he graduated from college more than 30 years ago, citing his historic election as “one indicator of how attitudes have changed.” Susan Walsh AP

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