Michelle Obama's First Lady Legacy
Before entering the White House, Michelle Obama worked to improve the lives of working class families in her hometown of Chicago. As First Lady she addressed the issues of inequality, childhood obesity and access to education, often facing backlash. Join a panel of guests as they discuss the legacy of the first African American First Lady.
- Wendy Smooth, Professor of Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies, Ohio State University
- Robin Givhan, Fashion Critic, Washington Post
- Peter Slevin, Associate Professor, Northwestern University, Author of "Michelle Obama: A Life"