Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance [AUDIOBOOK-CD]
Dreams from My Father by "Barack Obama", is one of the best audiobook memoirs about race and exploration of one's identity and family history I have ever listened to. Obama's father (Barack Obama Sr.) was black from Kenya and his mother (Stanley Ann Dunham) was white from Kansas. His descriptions of the struggle to figure out who he is and who his relatives are, are compelling. The whole scenario regarding racial concerns is very informative; it exposes the world to this reality and at the same time teaches us to be more considerate. I really enjoyed listening to such a wonderful Audio Biography of a smart, well-intentioned and accomplished man; as well as, the interesting Memoirs of his past, present and future life in the great land of freedom and opportunities--USA.
Listen to (Dreams from My Father) Audio Clip Sample. You may check out or reserve a free copy this Audio Book, by clicking at (BOCD 921 Obama, Barack) or the Rev. ed. Book by clicking at (Black Studies 921 Obama, Barack), from the Ann Arbor District Library's website.