The world celebrating the first afro-american elected US’ President, Barack Obama. National Geographic captured this moment. Congratulations, Mr. President.
At U.S. President-elect Barack Obama's former elementary school in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta on November 5, students cheer at news of the candidate's victory.
A nun and a child walk past a poster of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama, which says "The World Changes" in Italian, in downtown Rome on November 5, 2008.
His hat plastered with Barack Obama's image, a Kenyan supporter of the U.S. presidential candidate awaits election results in Obama's ancestral village of Kogelo, Kenya, on November 4.
Civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.'s sister, Christine King Farris, celebrates U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama's win Tuesday night at a Baptist church in Atlanta, Georgia. History was made when Obama, 47, became the United States' first African-American President.
U.S. President-elect Barack Obama's step-grandmother, Sarah Hussein Obama, leaves a press conference in her home village of Kogelo, Kenya, on Wednesday, November 5. Barack Obama's father, Barack Obama, Sr., was a Kenyan economist who died in 1982.
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