First Lady as advocate for healthy living

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

As President Obama enters his 50-some days in his presidency, the First Lady is starting to shape her own identity and agenda. Michelle Obama is known to be a champion of healthy food and living and has encouraged community vegetable gardening. White House officials say this will shape her overall agenda. Rachel Swarns covers Mrs. Obama for the New York Times talks with The Takeaway about the First Lady's healthy living habit.

Read more in Rachel's article, Michelle Obama’s Agenda Includes Healthful Eating in the New York Times.


Rachel Swarns

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