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Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama are back in Chicago Tuesday to speak at summit for their foundation.
The two-day Obama Foundation summit, which includes young leaders from around the world, kicked off Monday.
Michelle Obama and her brother Craig Robinson spoke Tuesday morning about "how their upbringing in Chicago and the values their parents instilled in them have grounded their perspectives on leadership and community," according to the foundation's schedule of events.
Barack Obama was scheduled to speak in a later session entitled "What Can I Do Where I Am?" in which he will be interviewed by actress Yara Shahidi about "how young people around the world can bring about positive change in their communities," the foundation said.
The Obamas' hometown visit comes one day after President Donald Trump visited Chicago to speak at the International Association of Police Chiefs conference, and attend a fundraiser at the Trump Tower.
The Obama Foundation released new renderings of the Presidential Center on Monday, detailing different parts of the campus including a public library, plaza and playground.
The $500 million center is planned along the lakefront of Chicago's South Side, near the area where Michelle Obama grew up and Barack Obama began his political career.