'They said that I talked like I was white': Michelle Obama delivers speech at London school
Former US First Lady Michelle Obama has said she was "moved, touched and inspired" by her meetings with London schoolgirls as she returned to the secondary school in the capital that she first visited in 2009.
Obama visited the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School on Monday where she delivered a talk, and met current and former pupils.
She talked about her struggles as a black, working class student in Princeton University and her fight against "impostor syndrome".
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Published on Dec 3, 2018
Category : News & Politics