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44th US President Barack Obama 2020 graduates

44th US President Barack Obama 2020 graduates:


Celebrities, activists, artists and students recognized America's 3 million-plus high school graduates in a massive broadcast on Saturday night, after the coronavirus snatched senior graduates from an important milestone.

The virtual event, known as "Graduate Together: America 2020 Class Honored," took a harmonious message to the community at a time when COVID-19 was rejecting the possibility of a massive rally.

In his inaugural address, former President Barack Obama told the students that they have already faced major challenges in reaching this goal.

But just as the seniors were ready to celebrate crossing the finish line, the coronavirus hit the epidemic.

Acknowledging the new uncertainty caused by the epidemic, Obama told the class in 2020 that the global health crisis would force them to grow faster.

Referring to economic inequality, systemic racism and health care inequality, he said, "This epidemic has shaken the state of stability and is sitting deep." The former president closed with the final advice - create a community.

Basketball player LeBron James, who was at the centre of primary education, used the metaphor of "stay at home" during the public health crisis: "Stay close to home."

"Class of 2020, the world has changed. You decide how you restructure and I urge you to make your community your priority," James said.

"I won't tell you to get together. I'll tell you to ask for more," Megan Rapino, a soccer player for the U.S. women's national team, told the seniors. He encouraged students to vote in November and added, "Who's moving forward."

Malala Yousafzai is also missing from a degree after studying philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University.

He asked the audience to remember the young women of the world who could not return to school due to the coronavirus crisis, forced marriages and low-paying jobs.

"When you go out and change the world, don’t leave them behind," he said. The lectures were interrupted by students who thanked the teachers, paid homage to the parents.

The musicians set foot in front of the green screen where videos of seniors dancing and playing musical instruments were filmed.

Special appearances included Dua Lipa, HRR, Zendaya, Shakil O'Neill, Ira Shahidi, Bad Bonnie, Lena With, Farrell Williams and YBN Cord.


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