Education

According to a recent report from the National Center for Education Statistics, within each racial/ethnic group within the U.S., women earned the majority of degrees at all levels in 2009–10. For example, among U.S. residents, Black women earned 68 percent of associate's degrees, 66 percent of bachelor's degrees, 71 percent of master's degrees, and 65 percent of all doctor's degrees awarded to Black students. Hispanic women earned 62 percent of associate's degrees, 61 percent of bachelor's degrees, 64 percent of master's degrees, and 55 percent of all doctor's degrees awarded to Hispanic students.

As cliché as it sounds it all too true….Haters Gonna Hate.  No one knows this to be more true than the First African-American First Lady of the United States.  Since Michelle Obama’s ascent into the White House and her leadership as one of the most dynamic and contemporary First Ladies we’ve seen, Mrs. Obama has been under constant attack for just being herself.