The Story of Barack, Vol. 2: Finding His Calling (1979–2008) GRADUATING FROM HIGH SCHOOL and leaving Hawaii behind, Barack began the next phase of his life. His four years of college were the bridge between his past and his future. It was during this time that Barack the seeker found his purpose in life — to serve the people. Becoming a community organizer on Chicago’s South Side — a neglected black community in America’s third largest city — was the logical choice as Barack progressed along his post-college life path, a path that eventually led him all the way to the White House.
THE STORY OF BARACK, VOLUME 2, FINDING HIS CALLING describes Barack’s transformation from a disaffected student to a dedicated public servant; learn how he made history by becoming the first black president of Harvard Law Review. Discover how he made a compelling and passionate 17-minute speech that propelled him from local politics to unimaginable political heights; follow him on the campaign trail, on his quest, and ultimately onto his victory as he claims the highest office in the land. Barack’s journey is truly an American journey; his story is the classic American story.
Barack’s life and times as a young man are described in compelling narrative and accompanied by many insightful quotations and more than 100 engaging photographs and videos.