Former First Lady Michelle Obama is quarantining like the rest of us but she is still doing her best to spread kindness and hope during these trying times.
Outside of dropping her Netflix documentary Becoming this month, Mrs. Obama is staying busy by using her platform to uplift others.
From April 20 to May 11, she read children’s books every day at 12 pm on YouTube and Facebook. Every video went viral and you can still watch the previous weeks.
On May 11, she read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. See below:
Yesterday, she joined former President Barack Obama for #LiveFromtheLibrary with the Chicago Public library for a reading of The Word Collector by Peter H. Reynolds.
Additionally, according to PEOPLE, an Obama spokeswoman said “they will participate in multiple virtual commencement celebrations for students, families, and educators. President and Mrs. Obama will share messages of advice and inspiration across multiple platforms.”
The speeches will be delivered during the Dear Class of 2020 special via YouTube on June 6. Along with the Obamas, “global leaders, celebrities, creators and other voices” will be featured.
Although Mrs. Obama is no longer in the White House, she is certainly showing the leadership and inspiration that the country desperately needs.
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