VIDEO: President Barack Obama’s eulogy for Clementa Pinckney

Yesterday President Barack Obama delivered a eulogy for his late friend, state senator Clementa Pinckney, who was killed last week in the Charleston domestic terror attack. President Obama’s eulogy is absolutely a must-watch.


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2 thoughts on “VIDEO: President Barack Obama’s eulogy for Clementa Pinckney

  1. President Obama sure knows how to seize a tough moment and turn it into something hopeful. The events of Charleston have been weighing heavy on my heart for days, but after watching this service and his eulogy I feel less burdened.

    We have something we can do in Wisconsin beyond cheering that the confederate flag has been taken down from the statehouse grounds in South Carolina. We have a “flag” flying over Wisconsin that’s more troubling and disgraceful than the confederate flag. We incarcerate Black and Native American men at a greater rate per capita than any other state in the nation.

    What are we going to do about that? Something needs to be done about that.

  2. We can’t stop now. Let’s engage the can-do, brand new “community of one” — we all belong here. Even we humans can learn to respect and love all beings, all nature.

    With the real leadership of John Chisholm in Milwaukee and activists everywhere in Wisconsin we will move forward. Watch out, America, world — as we get it together.
    Thanks for reminding us, Steve.

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