Barack Obama

Barack Obama (44th President of the United States (2009-2017))

Barack Obama is a politician from the United States who served as President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He is the first African American president and the first to be born outside the United States’ contiguous territory.

Real Name – Barack Hussein Obama II

Profession- Politician

Barack Obama Age

Born– 4 August 1961

Birth Place– Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Barack Obama Family

Barack Obama Parents

Father-Barack Obama Sr.

Mother– Ann Dunham

Barack Obama siblings

Brother– Malik Obama, David Ndesandjo, George Obama,

Mark Okoth Obama, Ndesandjo, Bernard Obama,

Abo Obama

Sister– Auma Obama, Maya Soetoro-Ng

Barack Obama Wife

Wife- Michelle Robinson ​(M. 1992-Present)

Barack Obama Kids

Daughter– Malia Ann Obama (B. 1998), Sasha Obama (B. 2001)


Barack Obama height

Height– 6 feet 2 inches


Barack Obama Education

School-St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Elementary School

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Calvert School, Punahou School

University/College– University of Hawaii, Occidental College,

Columbia University in New York City 

Degree– Graduate in Anthropology, PhD, Majored in political science with a specialty

in international relations, Bachelor of Arts 

Barack Obama Net Worth

Net Worth-  $70 million

Barack Obama Book

Dreams from My Father – 1995

The Audacity of Hope-2006

Of Thee I Sing – 2010

A Promised Land – 2020


Obama is a devout Protestant Christian whose religious beliefs have evolved throughout the course of his life. “I was not reared in a religious household,” he writes in The Audacity of Hope. He regarded his mother as “in many ways the most spiritually awakened person… I have ever encountered” and “a lonely witness for secular humanism,” despite being reared by non-religious parents. By the time his parents met, he regarded his father as a “proven atheist” and his stepfather as “a man who considered religion as not especially beneficial.” Obama explained how he learned about “the potential of the African-American religious tradition to promote social change” while working as a community organizer with black churches in his twenties.

He claims that a few artifacts that remind him of his childhood provide him with inspiration “I carry these about all the time,” he says, “because of all the different people I’ve met along the way.” I’m not particularly superstitious, therefore I don’t believe I need to keep them on me at all times.” The rosary beads handed to him by Pope Francis, a Hindu god Hanuman figurine, a Coptic crucifix from Ethiopia, and a miniature Buddha statue donated by a monk are among the objects described as “a whole bowl full.”, and a metal poker chip that used to be a motorcyclist’s lucky charm in Iowa.

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