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A study of Barack Obama's family history has revealed that he is likely to be a descendant of the first African enslaved in the American colonies. Perhaps surprisingly, the line to the president's 11th great-grandfather was traced through the president's white mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, whose ancestors were some of the first African American settlers of colonial America. According to the genealogy website Ancestry. His case is the first documented proof of someone being enslaved for life in the colonies and happened before Virginia enacted slavery laws. But after centuries of suffering, the civil war, and decades of civil rights efforts, his 11th great-grandson became the leader of the free world and the ultimate realization of the American dream.
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While she was still a teenager, a white man would father her first-born son under circumstances lost in the passage of time. In the annals of American slavery, this painful story would be utterly unremarkable, save for one reason: This union, consummated some two years before the Civil War, represents the origins of a family line that would extend from rural Georgia, to Birmingham, Ala. Melvinia Shields, the enslaved and illiterate young girl, and the unknown white man who impregnated her are the great-great-great-grandparents of Michelle Obama, the first lady. Viewed by many as a powerful symbol of black advancement, Mrs.
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In First Lady’s Roots, a Complex Path From Slavery
But after centuries of suffering, the Civil War and decades of civil rights efforts, his 11th great-grandson became the leader of the free world and the ultimate realization of the American dream. Punch was an indentured servant in Virginia who escaped to Maryland with two white servants. When captured, the white servants were punished with imprisonment and lashing, but Punch was sentenced to slavery for life. The case has been cited by historians as evidence that racism was part of the slave trade in Virginia from its inception. Punch lived before laws dictating slavery were codified in Virginia and during a period of sketchy historical documents, said S.
The wife of President Barack Obama grew up with only a vague awareness of her ancestry, but a paternal great-great-grandfather, Jim Robinson, who was also a slave, was identified during the presidential election campaign. Jude Law 'descended from a family of bakers'. In July this year, Mr Obama and his family visited a slave outpost in Ghana, an emotive tour that the President said would help his daughters understand their obligation to fight oppression and cruelty.