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We'll miss wonderful Black moments like this when President Obama leaves office. 

Sydney Scott
Jan, 17, 2017

In celebration of Black excellence and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President Obama posed with a handful of his celebrity friends for a flawless photo and we can't take it.

Janelle Monaé, Chance the Rapper, Rapsody, Common, J. Cole, Alicia Keys, and Swizz Beatz, to name a few, posed with Obama in the Oval Office.

Monaé shared the photo, writing, "WHEN THE WHITEHOUSE BECAME THE BLACK HOUSE. #THEUNION #ORGANIZE.''

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WHEN THE WHITEHOUSE BECAME THE BLACK HOUSE. #THEUNION #ORGANIZE

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It's a tearful moment considering this will be one of the last photos Obama takes in the Oval Office as his time as president comes to an end. 

Last week was full of heartfelt goodbyes to the Obamas as the President gave his farewell speech and Michelle Obama made her last late night appearances as First Lady. 

We'll miss having such a wonderful First Family in the White House.