Gina McCauley

Founder, MichelleObamaWatch.com

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Blogger at What about Our Daughters? and founder of MichelleObamaWatch.com, to track the coverage of Mrs. Obama, and she is organizing the July, 2008 Blogging While Brown conference in Atlanta, Georgia

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