Barack Obama is no longer the president of the United States and yet he continues to mark the lives of Americans in one way or another.
In addition to being the first black president of this great power, Barack Obama is one of the best leaders in the world.
To express his gratitude, the government in place had a boulevard renamed in Los Angeles on behalf of Barack Obama.
The city of Los Angeles (California) has renamed an artery more than six kilometers’ boulevard of President Barack Obama, Saturday, May 4. It was at the corner of this road and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard that Barack Obama held his first ever campaign rally on February 20, 2007, says CNN (Sunday).
“To all the children who will take this street and will see the name of the first black president of our country, this boulevard will recall that no objective is inaccessible and no dream too big,” tweeted the president of the city council Herb Wesson.