Becoming a Grammy Winner

Forever First Lady, Michelle Obama, won a Grammy for, Best Spoken Word Album, with her best selling memoir, Becoming, she became a Grammy winner. Michelle Obama encourages, and reflects, in all she does, to keep trying, to learn more, to “Go high, when they go low,” no matter how lonely, or turbulent that high ground may be at times. Her words uplift, which is particularly needed now, as the current terrain, is made rough with a topography of apathy and cynicism. To quote Stevie Wonder, “I’m so glad that I know more than I knew then. Gonna keep on tryin’ till I reach my highest ground.”

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Tami Warren is the writer, and creator of Namaste Negro. She lives life with daily doses of levity in Denver, Colorado. Tami holds a B.A. in Sociology, from the University of Colorado. However, she does not physically hold the B.A. in her hands, the document is safely stored in a secure facility. Humor is healthy, therefore, cachinnate with other carbon based life forms. Reach out to Tami in the Mile High City: or @namastenegro

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