Obama on Race in America: ‘I Know We’ll Make It Because of What I’ve Experienced in My Own Life’

‘I know it because of what we’ve seen here in Dallas, how all of you out of great suffering have shown us the meaning of perseverance and character and hope’

"I know we’ll make it because of what I’ve experienced in my own life, what I’ve seen of this country and its people, their goodness and decency as president of the United States."

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