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Images from Barack Obama's inauguration in Washington, DC. 2009.
  • Inauguration-goers stand in front of one of several Obama art installations done by icon artists Shaepard Fairey.  This particular installation can be found near U street, a historically black strip of commercial passing through DC.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
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  • Inauguration-goers stand in front of one of several Obama art installations done by icon artists Shaepard Fairey.  This particular installation can be found near U street, a historically black strip of commercial passing through DC.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.Omar Bah,  6, waives from behind an Obama mask out the window of his parents' restaurant and club near Howard University.  The Bahs are a family of immigrants from Guinea and Morocco.  Inauguration.  Photographs from around DC including Adam's Morgan, U-Street, and Howard University.  For many, U-Street is regarded as the soul of DC, a traditionally black part of town cutting through the the northern quadrants of the Capital.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG
  • People on the National Mall for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation's 44th president.  The day was marked by frigid cold and drew the largest crowd that the DC mall has ever seen.
    DC_Inaugura...JPG


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