After all of Michelle Obama's hard work to encourage healthier lifestyles, the future of her initiatives looks uncertain under a Trump presidency.
First Lady Michelle Obama showed the world she is no slouch when it comes to dancing. Mrs. Obama stopped by the Ellen DeGeneres Show to…
Michelle Obama has a new focus for her anti-childhood obesity campaign and it involves pulling out your apron and cookbook! During a recent speech at…
First Lady Michelle Obama turns 50 on Friday and President Barack Obama is throwing her a birthday party at the White House on Saturday. Word…
U.S. Olympic and International gymnastics Hall of Famer, Gold medal winner in 1996, and the first African American to win a medal in gymnastics, Dominique Dawes, spent a couple minutes with WZAK’s Mathew Myers to discuss her olympic career, her post olympic project with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, as well as […]
First Lady Michelle Obama made a surprise visit to Deal Middle School in Washington D.C where she showed young teens that exercising and moving can be as simple as taking a few minutes to do the “Dougie.” While Beyoncé’s “Move Your Body” blasted over a sound system at the school, the first lady went through […]
has teamed up with First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” campaign to encourage young people across the country to get active, try tennis and lead healthy lifestyles. Part of the collaboration includes a new public service announcement featuring the first lady promoting the 10 and Under Tennis initiative. Click here to view the PSA.
“The Tom Joyner Morning Show” spoke to First Lady Michelle Obama today about the one-year anniversary of her “Let’s Move” campaign that helps get kids healthier and physically fit. She also revealed her plans for Valentine’s Day with the President. Barack Obama.
Source From http://www.blackamericaweb.com The following questions were answered by First Lady Michelle Obama during an interview with Tom Joyner on “The Tom Joyner Morning Show.” So we’re here to talk about the “Let’s Move” campaign. Absolutely. We’ve hit one year, one year working – yes, but working to end childhood obesity, so it has been […]
First lady Michelle Obama launched a nationwide campaign Tuesday to fight childhood obesity, part of her effort to teach America’s children about better nutrition and exercise. Mrs. Obama said the Let’s Move campaign will encourage more physical activity for children, healthier food in schools and more accurate food labeling. In the ABC interview, Mrs. […]