SIRIUS XM host Joe Madison (“The Black Eagle”) did an interview with President Barack Obama September 14 in the Oval Office that aired today, September 15, on his daily show on The Power (XM channel 169/SIRIUS Internet Radio channel 820). Madison, a thirty-year veteran of talk radio, is widely recognized as a human and civil rights activist and abolitionist against slavery in Sudan and genocide in Darfur.
Madison and Obama talked deficit, Darfur, housing issues, and African-American voter turnout midterm elections. The sit-down took place right before President Obama left for Philadelphia deliver his annual “Back-to-School Speech” to students across the nation. Obama reflected on his favorite teacher and talked about his forthcoming children’s book, Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters, a tribute to thirteen historic American figures due out November 16 (Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers).
Embeddable audio links of the complete Obama/Madison interview below: