Barack Obama's parents are Barack Obama, Sr., and Ann Dunham. Since Barack Obama Sr. left the family when Barack Obama Junior was only 2, it is important to learn who helped in raising him. Most important figures in Barack Obama's upbringing were his mother, Ann, his stepfather, Lolo Soetoro, and his maternal grandparents Stanley and Madelyn Dunham. Both Barack Obama's parents are dead. Both died relatively young. Ann from ovarian cancer at 52 and Obama Senior in a car crash at 46. Barack Obama's stepfather Lolo Soetoro died of liver ailment at 51. Stanley Dunham died in at 70. The only living relative who was effectively one of Barack Obama's parents, is his grandmother Madelyn. Read detailed biographies of Barack Obama's parents at these pages: Barack Obama's father: Barack Obama Sr., Barack Obama's mother: Ann dunham.
Talking with the Senator about his childhood and the legacy of his parents in his life today.
The Great Schlep - A Wake Up Call For Jews Who Have Grandparents In Florida
Israelis for Barack Obama- Watch a video in which prominent Israeli figures voice their firm support for Barack Obama
2008 DNC: Barack Obama Acceptance Speech Video and Text - 28 August 2008: Barack Obama delivers his acceptance speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado
2008 DNC: Al Gore Speech: Seize the Oppurtunity to Change Course - Vote for for Barack Obama- 28 August 2008: Al Gore addresses the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado and asks to seize the opportunity to change course and elect Barack Obama the next President of the United States of America.
2008 DNC: Joe Biden Speech in which he accepts the Vice Presidential nomination. At the end of Joe Biden's speech, Barack Obama appears on stage to greet him.
2008 DNC: Bill Clinton Speech in which he asks Hillary's supporters to vote for Barack Obama and asserts that Barack Obama is ready to be President of the United States.
2008 DNC: Hillary Clinton Speech in which she asks her supporters to vote for Barack Obama