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Celebrate, Celebrate, it is July 4, 2013.  The African American Biography Series of 2013 has presented the biographies of numerous African Americans during the first half of 2013.  I am your host, Laura Gall, and my purpose is to document Black History on Internet Radio Blogtalkradio.  My show " You Talk Too Much" is a featured show on Blogtalkradio...intelligent radio.  Independence Day is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, which declared America's independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain.  It is noted that Thomas Jefferson authored the Declaration of Independence.  For African Americans in the United States independence from Slavery after the Civil War and President Lincoln's signing of the Emancipation Proclamation may be the only Declaration of Independence. In my opinion African Americans in the United States have achieved so much over the last century even if we did have to pull ourselves up by our own bootstraps, even if we did take full advantage of Affirmative Action Programs in order to get our EDUCATION and get ahead socially and economically.  Our shining example of the strides we have made as a people is our African American President Mr. Barack Obama who is now serving his second term as President of the United States.  It doesn't get better than that.  So, with that in mind, The African American Biography Series of 2013 brings to you the biography of our President, Mr. Barack Obama on this Independence Day 2013.  He needs no introduction.  You are listening to blogtalkradio.  I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is "You Talk Too Much".  My call in number is 1-714-242-5273.