Before I forget

As you can tell I obviously appear to have no work to do today since I have been blogging all morning! Anywhoo..

I was checking out a post Afrobella wrote about Michelle Obama (who I love and who I wish was running for the Presidency, nevermind that I am not American..). It reminded me that I came across MObama’s Princeton thesis online the other day. Yes! That thesis. The one that everyone wants to read but that Princeton has removed from their archives until November 2008.

The thesis is entitled Princeton Educated Blacks and The Black Community and comes in four PDFs. I’ll be honest and say I haven’t read it as yet but would be interested in your feedback.

Thesis
Thesis2
Thesis3
Thesis4

Enjoy! Especially you M!

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2 comments on “Before I forget
  1. jdid says:

    sweet! i’m going to download this before i forget. I know a few people who might be interested. thanks

  2. eemanee says:

    good find. thanks!

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yingyangHi there! Pam Northman* (aka BlahBlohBlog) here, live and direct from Grenada. I'm a 40something, uber-liberal, working, single mother. In my time off I indulge my web, TV & pop culture addiction, revel in my attempts at nerd-girlishness and moonlight as a passionate Caribbeanista.
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