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Barack Obama Presidential Center
The Barack Obama Presidential Center is the planned presidential library of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. The center will be

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Barack Obama Presidential Center Logo of the Obama Foundation, the non-profit organization that is overseeing the construction of the Barack Obama Presidential Center Location Jackson Park, Chicago, Illinois Coordinates 41°46′57″N 87°35′08″W / 41.78250°N 87.58556°W / 41.78250; -87.58556Coordinates: 41°46′57″N 87°35′08″W / 41.78250°N 87.58556°W / 41.78250; -87.58556 Construction start TBD Completion date 2021 Named for Barack Obama Architect Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, and Interactive Design Architects Cost $500 million (Estimated) Management David Simas, CEO Website www.obama.org

The Barack Obama Presidential Center is the planned presidential library of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. The center will be hosted by the University of Chicago, and will be located in Jackson Park on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. The center will not be part of the presidential library network operated by National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The nonprofit Barack Obama Foundation was established to oversee the creation of the Center and the construction of its campus.

  • 1 Board and staff
  • 2 Planning and design
  • 3 Construction and fundraising
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Board and staff

The Barack Obama Foundation board includes: Chairman Marty Nesbitt, a close friend from Chicago; J. Kevin Poorman, president and CEO of PSP Capital Partners; David Plouffe; Obama's half-sister Maya Soetoro-Ng; venture capital financier, John Doerr; Studio Museum in Harlem Director and Chief Curator, Thelma Golden; fundraiser and former White House staffer, Juliana Smoot; investment managers John Rogers, and Michael Sacks, and former Governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick. Barack Obama has a home in Hyde Park. The foundation was formally established in January 2014.

Louise Bernard, outgoing Director of Exhibitions at NYPL, was named director of the Museum of the Obama Presidential Center in May 2017.

Planning and design

The University of Chicago, the University of Illinois at Chicago, the University of Hawaii, and Columbia University submitted proposals to host the institution.

In May 2015, the Barack Obama Foundation and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the Foundation and the Barack Obama Presidential Center would be located in Chicago's South Side, and would be built in partnership with the University of Chicago. The selection of Chicago's South Side has broad local support for reasons of civic pride as well as of the economic development it would bring in the form of tourism and jobs, although the nonprofit group Friends of the Parks opposes the loss of parkland to build the library and has threatened a lawsuit to block development.

A design advisory committee assisted in the selection of the architects. Members of the committee included sculptor Don Gummer (the husband of actress Meryl Streep); Ed Schlossberg of ESI Design (husband of Caroline Kennedy, the then U.S. ambassador to Japan); Fred Eychaner, a Chicago radio station owner and Democratic financier; and Architectural Digest magazine editor Margaret Russell. Seven architectural firms were announced as finalists in December 2015 from an initial list of 140 applicants: John Ronan Architects, Adjaye Associates, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, SHoP Architects, Snøhetta, and Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects.

New York-based Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects and Chicago-based Interactive Design Architects, were chosen in June 2016 to jointly lead the design and engineering of the center. For the exhibition design, Ralph Appelbaum Associates, which worked on the National Museum of African American History, will lead a team including Civic Projects, Normal, and several local artists. The landscape architect is Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, with Site Design Group, and Living Habitats.

Two parks near the University of Chicago's South Side campus, Jackson Park and Washington Park, were considered. On July 29, 2016, the Foundation announced the selection of the Jackson Park site, across Stony Island Avenue from Hyde Park Academy High School and Woodlawn. The park, designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, already houses the Museum of Science and Industry.

Preliminary plans were unveiled in May 2017, involving three buildings in geometric shapes covered in light-colored stone, roughly 200,000 to 225,000 square feet (18,600 to 20,900 m2) (comparable to the size of the George W. Bush Presidential Center). The museum building (which will also include educational and meeting space) will be the tallest at 180 ft (55 m). The other buildings, a library building and a forum building, will be a single story. The latter building will feature an auditorium, restaurant and public garden. The library will be "the first completely digital presidential library, with no paper records stored on site"—papers will be stored at a separate National Archives and Records Administration facility.

The unveiled plan incorporates the Jackson Park end of Midway Plaisance from the north (which would be readapted as a circular greenspace surrounding a water basin), and the entirety of the park's hockey field and adjoining parkland to the south, where the main buildings and new park landscaping are to be sited. As part of a wider plan to reclaim parkland and improve park safety, the project also necessitates the closure of South Cornell Drive between 60th and 67th Streets, a 6-lane thoroughfare that runs along the western park lagoon and the park's golf course from Midway Plaisance to South Shore.

Construction and fundraising

Construction of the center is expected to be completed in 2020 or 2021. The architects said in February 2017 that construction of the center's library and museum would likely approach $300 million, and that the center would likely need an endowment of $1.5 billion. Until the site is ready, papers and artifacts from the Obama administration are being stored and processed inside a facility in Hoffman Estates, northwest of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Obama did not do major fundraising for the center while still in office. In 2017, Obama reportedly was set to engage in a major fundraising effort for the center.

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  • Presidential Records Act
  1. ^ “I spent almost 30 years in Chicago. It’s where Michelle, where she grew up, where our daughters were born,” he said. “Hawaii is home to me,” the president said, but Chicago was his real home.
  1. ^ Eilperin, Juliet (December 19, 2016). "White House political director David Simas joins Obama Foundation as CEO". Washington Post. Retrieved December 25, 2016. 
  2. ^ "The Obama Presidential Center". barackobamafoundation.org. 
  3. ^ Caputo, Blair Kamin, Katherine Skiba, Angela. "Obama Presidential Center breaks from National Archives model". chicagotribune.com. Retrieved 2017-05-25. 
  4. ^ David Jackson (January 31, 2014). "Obama library foundation is formed". USA Today. 
  5. ^ "About the Foundation". Barack Obama Foundation. 
  6. ^ Gima, Craig (March 3, 2016). "Obama: 'Hawaii is home,' but he probably won't live here". Star Advertiser. Honolulu. Retrieved March 3, 2016. 
  7. ^ a b "Obamas likely to stay in DC for a few years". Reuters interview (rough cut with no reporter narration). March 3, 2016. Retrieved March 3, 2016. 
  8. ^ Supporters Establish the Obama Foundation to Oversee Planning for Future Presidential Library, Barack Obama Foundation (January 31, 2014).
  9. ^ Pashman, Katherine Skiba, Manya Brachear (May 31, 2017). "Louise Bernard named museum director for future Obama Presidential Center". chicagotribune.com. Retrieved June 12, 2017. 
  10. ^ "Michelle Obama to pick Obama library location: report=Obama Foundation Issues RFP to Four Potential Hosts of Future Presidential Library". WGN-TV. 
  11. ^ "Obama Foundation Issues RFP to Four Potential Hosts of Future Presidential Library". Barack Obama Foundation. 
  12. ^ a b c Julie Bosman & Mitch Smith, Chicago Wins Bid to Host Obama Library, New York Times, May 12, 2015.
  13. ^ a b c Blair, Kamin (January 13, 2016). "Husbands of Streep and Kennedy advising on Obama Center architect". Chicago Tribune. 
  14. ^ Lynn Sweet, Seven firms make cut to design Obama Center in Chicago, Chicago Sun Times 12/21/2015
  15. ^ "Obamas choose New York architects to design Chicago library and museum". Chicago Tribune. 30 June 2016. 
  16. ^ "The Obama Foundation Announces Architect Selection for Future Presidential Center". The Obama Foundation. 2016-06-30. Retrieved 2016-07-02. 
  17. ^ Obama Foundation exhibition designers Chicago Tribune
  18. ^ Tan, Yao Xen (February 6, 2017). "Obama Foundation Chooses Landscape Architects for Presidential Library". www.chicagomaroon.com. 
  19. ^ Katherine Skiba, Obama Foundation makes it official: Presidential library will go up in Jackson Park, Chicago Tribune, June 29, 2016.
  20. ^ a b c Angela Caputo, Katherine Skiba, Blair Kamin (May 4, 2017). "Obamas unveil design of presidential center in Chicago". Chicago Tribune. CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link)
  21. ^ a b Obama’s Library Architects Say Project May Need $1.5 Billion: Report, NBC Chicago (February 20, 2017).
  22. ^ Skiba, Katherine (October 21, 2016). "Military Soon to Start Moving Obama's Papers to Hoffman Estates". Chicago Tribune. Washington DC. Retrieved March 3, 2017. 
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A Dream Fulfilled: The Story of Barack Obama (Townsend Library)
A Dream Fulfilled: The Story of Barack Obama (Townsend Library)
"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We're the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." —Barack ObamaBarack Obama grew up in a time when change was just beginning to come to black people in the United States. He experienced an often difficult childhood, confusion over his own identity, and frustration when trying to help the victims of poverty and hopelessness. But he never stopped believing that, in America, change for the better could happen. A Dream Fulfilled: The Story of Barack Obama is about an inspirational man whose life shows us the value of hope, education and hard work. Obama's journey—from his unusual youth to his travels to Kenya in search of his father to Harvard Law School and, finally, to the White House—proves that dreams can indeed be fulfilled.

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American Speeches: Political Oratory from Patrick Henry to Barack Obama: A Library of America Paperback Classic (Library of America Paperback Classics)
American Speeches: Political Oratory from Patrick Henry to Barack Obama: A Library of America Paperback Classic (Library of America Paperback Classics)
From the American Revolution to the present day, public oratory has profoundly shaped American history and culture-not only our politics but our language and our sense of national identity. Edited by historian and former presidential speechwriter Ted Widmer, American Speeches presents the complete texts of forty-seven of the greatest speeches in American history: from Patrick Henry's address before the Virginia Convention in 1775 ("give me liberty, or give me death!") to "A More Perfect Union," Barack Obama's profound meditation on race from the 2008 presidential campaign. Classic speeches like Sojourner Truth's stirring declamation to the 1851 Women's Rights Convention, Abraham Lincoln's masterpiece at Gettysburg, John F. Kennedy's still-inspiring inaugural address, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s prophetic "I Have a Dream" speech, and Ronald Reagan's clarion call at the Brandenburg Gate come together to form a dynamic portrait of our ongoing struggle to define and to realize the possibilities of the American experiment. For almost thirty years, The Library of America has presented America's best and most significant writing in acclaimed hardcover editions. Now, a new series, Library of America Paperback Classics, offers attractive and affordable books that bring The Library of America's authoritative texts within easy reach of every reader. This book features detailed biographical notes about the speakers, an essay on the choice of the texts, and explanatory notes.

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Obama: The Historic Presidency of Barack Obama - 2,920 Days
Obama: The Historic Presidency of Barack Obama - 2,920 Days
A vibrant celebration of President Obama, this perfect commemorative book provides a valuable record of his historical presidency. In January 2017, Barack Obama concluded two terms of his historic presidency. Through stunning images by White House photographers and beyond, as well as notable essays and quotes from a broad spectrum of people, Obama looks back at President Obama’s journey—from his remarkable victory to his final days in office and the significant milestones along the way.        Obama features rare and unseen photographs, along with iconic images and newspaper front pages from the president’s 2,920 days in office. It includes dramatic pictures, including the iconic shot from the situation room as the president and his staff watched the live unfolding of the bin Laden raid; day-to-day images of Obama in his roles as a world leader, policy maker, commander in chief, and father; lighthearted photos from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner; late-night television appearances; and moments with the entire Obama family.       Included are excerpts from seven historic speeches and contributions from notable historians, community leaders, journalists, academics and business leaders—including Sir Richard Branson, Laurie Garrett, Tweed Roosevelt, Anastasia Somoza and others whose lives have been touched by Obama’s actions and initiatives. Obama is truly a keepsake memento of a beloved president.   

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Frontline: Inside Obama's Presidency
Frontline: Inside Obama's Presidency
As Barack Obama is sworn in for his second term, FRONTLINE takes a probing look at the first four years of his presidency. With inside accounts from his battles with his Republican opponents over health care and the economy to his dramatic expansion of targeted killings of enemies, FRONTLINE examines the presidents key decisions and the experiences that will inform his second term.

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The Dean: The Best Seat in the House, from FDR to Obama - Library Edition
The Dean: The Best Seat in the House, from FDR to Obama - Library Edition
John David Dingell, the longest serving United States' Congressman in history, and one of the House's most powerful chairmen, offers a unique, unforgettable, and refreshingly candid behind-the-scenes account of government and politics over the past eighty years.Democrat John David Dingell served in the U.S. House of Representatives for fifty-nine consecutive years, from December 13, 1955 to January 3, 2015-the longest tenure of anyone in Congressional history. The son of a Congressman, Dingell worked in his father's office from childhood and became a house page in 1938, when he was just eleven years old. Retiring from Congress at eighty-nine, he has witnessed some of the most significant events that have shaped our nation and the world.In The Dean, Dingell looks back at his life at the center of American government and considers the currents that have reshaped our Congress and America itself, from his childhood memories of wartime Washington during the FDR administration, through the Reagan Revolution, to the election of the first black president, Barack Obama.Rife with a wisdom that literally only Dingell can possess, The Dean is the inspiring story of some of the greatest congressional achievements, of which Dingell was an integral part, and of the tough fights that made them possible. Dingell offers a persuasive defense for government, explaining how it once worked honorably and well-in defeating Hitler, sending us to the moon, ending segregation, and providing for the common good of all our citizens. He argues that to secure our future and continue our progress, we must work together once again-lessons desperately needed today.

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Biographies 9-Book Set (Classroom Library Collections)
Biographies 9-Book Set (Classroom Library Collections)
Introduce students to some of the most influential leaders in history, with this 9-book set! Students will analyze the backgrounds, adversities, and accomplishments of these significant figures, and learn how they have made an impact on history and society today. Through conceptual vocabulary, intriguing facts, and primary photographs, these books will captivate and inspire readers, while they build social studies content knowledge. Titles in this collection include: Anne Frank: A Light in the Dark, Jane Goodall, Roberto Clemente, Mohandas Gandhi, Bad Guys and Gals of the Ancient World, Bad Guys and Gals of the High Seas, Bad Guys and Gals of the Wild West, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barack Obama: President of the United States.

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CafePress - Michelle Obama 2020 - Natural Canvas Tote Bag, Cloth Shopping Bag
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