Michelle Obama Remarks at American Library Association Conference
Former first lady Michelle Obama reflected on her life and time in the White House. She addressed attendees of the American Library Association’s annual conference and was joined in conversation by Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden.
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- Jim Neal President American Library Association
Michelle Obama First Lady (Former) United States
Carla D. Hayden Librarian of Congress Library of Congress
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